# When distance traveled is directly proportional to time?

Table of Contents

- 1 When distance traveled is directly proportional to time?
- 2 What does it mean when distance is proportional to time?
- 3 When the distance Travelled by an object is proportional to time then it is said to be Travelling with?
- 4 When the distance that an object travels is directly proportional to time it is said to travel with a zero velocity b constant speed c constant acceleration D uniform velocity?
- 5 When the distance Travelled by a body is directly proportional to the square of time taken the motion of the body?
- 6 Why is distance directly proportional to time squared?
- 7 How is the distance travelled by a particle related to time?
- 8 How do you find the position of a particle in physics?

## When distance traveled is directly proportional to time?

When the distance travelled by an object is directly proportional to the time it is said to travel with uniform speed.

## What does it mean when distance is proportional to time?

By whatever ratio one quantity changes, the other changes in the same ratio. For example, let us say that the distance you travel is proportional to the time. This means that if you travel twice as long, you will go twice as far. If you travel three times as long, you will go three times as far.

**Is distance directly proportional to time square?**

If the distance traveled by body is directly proportional to the square of time taken, then its speed is increasing with time.

**Does distance change with time?**

‘Distance’ is the total length travelled by an object. The standard unit is the ‘metre’. A distance-time graph shows how far an object has travelled in a given time. A moving object is always ‘increasing’ its total length moved with time.

### When the distance Travelled by an object is proportional to time then it is said to be Travelling with?

When the distance travelled by an object is directly proportional to the time, it is said to travel with constant speed.

### When the distance that an object travels is directly proportional to time it is said to travel with a zero velocity b constant speed c constant acceleration D uniform velocity?

The correct answer is a constant speed. In order to replace the sign of equality with proportionality, either time or speed must be constant. Here, it is given that the distance travelled is directly proportional to time, hence the speed of the object must be constant. This type of motion is also called uniform motion.

**How do you know if distance is proportional to time?**

– When the speed is constant, time is directly proportional to distance. – When time is constant, then speed is directly proportional to distance. – When the distance is constant, then speed is inversely proportional to time.

**Is distance proportional to time?**

The Distance Travelled By A Moving Body Is Directly Proportional To Time. Since acceleration is zero so speed ‘u’ of the object remains constant.

#### When the distance Travelled by a body is directly proportional to the square of time taken the motion of the body?

Answer: If the distance traveled by body is directly proportional to the square of the time taken, then its speed is increasing with time.

#### Why is distance directly proportional to time squared?

When we say a body is accelerating, we mean that the body travels at a different speed than before, and the acceleration is the speed it acquires at a specific time. The equation shows that, for constant acceleration, distance is directly proportional to time squared.

**What effect does distance have on time?**

distance does relate to time though. two objects going the same velocity but different distances require a different amount of time to complete. you can use the formula d=rt (distance = rate or speed * time). this is because the velocity of an object is figured out by distance traveled being compared to a unit of time.

**What refers to the distance Travelled over time?**

Average speed is the total distance traveled divided by the elapsed time.

The Distance Travelled By A Particle Is Proportional To The Squares Of Time The distance travelled by a particle is proportional to the squares of time, then the particle travels with 1) Uniform acceleration 2) Uniform velocity

## How do you find the position of a particle in physics?

Position of a body moving along a straight line is given by s=pt+qt 2 where p and q are constant. State whether the body is moving with constant velocity or constant acceleration. The position is a particle along a straight line is denoted by the equation x = 6 + 1 2 t − t 3.

**Why is the distance x = t v cos a?**

The distance x = t v cos a because the horizontal component of the velocity is v cos a and it travels for t seconds. So this has an interesting symmetry. There is a second angle b such that cos b sin b = cos a sin a.

**How do you calculate the flight time of a projectile?**

The flight time t of the projectile is t = (2 v sin a) / 9.8 because v sin a is the vertical component of the the velocity. Gravity reduces that velocity to 0 in (v sin a) / 9.8 seconds, and it takes another (v sin a)/9.8 seconds to reach the ground. At the risk of answering a homework problem I’ll answer this.