# How to calculate the distant

Question asked by: sreaksmey

Asked on: 17 Oct 2009

Speed = distance / time

Therefore in any question that gives you two of these three you just need to re-arrange the question to work out the third value.

So, if you want to calculate distance and you have the speed and time, then you know that:

distance = speed * time

as a result of multiplying both sides by time, and that's all there is to it!

By: knowitall

Replied at: 18 Oct 2009

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