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By dividing Distance With Time. You'll get Speed. But Speed is not a Physical Quantity It's a Derived Quantity.
I don't know if you know about it. but we only seven Physical also known as Base Quantities.
we only have seven Physical also known as Base Quantities.and they are with their Units:-
1. length (meter)
2. mass (kilogram)
3. time (second)
4. electric current (ampere)
5. thermodynamic temperature (Kelvin)
6. amount of substance (mole)
7. luminous intensity (candela)
So, when we do Distance/time = we get the Unit m/s; which is the unit of Speed that is Derived Quantity.
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speed = distance/time
speed in the required answer
Speed is the physical quantity obtained by dividing distance travelled by time taken to travel that distance. Your SPEED is the physical quantity obtained by dividing Distance travelled by Time taken to travel that distance.
Speed =distance /time.
therefore speed is the physical quantity obtained by dividing distance travelled and the time taken to travel that distance.
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Speed is the physical quantity obtained by dividing ‘Distance’ traveled by ‘Time taken’ to travel that distance.