Q: What is the speed if you travel 10 km in 2 hours?

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As speed is ratio of distance and time...therefore upon calculating, you will get speed of 4 Km per hour.

To travel 50km at 10km/h it will take 5 hours (time = distance/speed). 5 hours x 3600 = 18000 seconds.

50/10 = 5 hours

If 1 hour ===> 40 km, then 2 hours ===> 80 km.

It is a rate. For instance, if the quantities are 10 km and 2 hours, then the ratio (10 km)/(2 hours) = 10/2 km/hour = 5 km/h, which is a rate of speed.

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As speed is ratio of distance and time...therefore upon calculating, you will get speed of 4 Km per hour.

That depends at what speed you are travelling.

To travel 50km at 10km/h it will take 5 hours (time = distance/speed). 5 hours x 3600 = 18000 seconds.

The speed in km/hour must be given. The answer is obtained by dividing 250 km by speed in km/hour

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50km/hr

80 km/h

450/45 = 10 hours of driving time.

That depends on the speed. The circumference of the Earth is 40,000 km. Decide on a speed, then divide this distance by the speed. If the speed is in km/hour, the time will be in hours.

Distance from Manas to Fayetteville is 6.788,31 miles (10.924,69 km) with hours of travel is approximately 21 hours if use plane with speed 500 Km/hours.

A "speed of 766.05km" is a meaningless expression; speed is not measured in km but in km per some unit of time. The question is, therefore, meaningless.