# Displacement Time Calculator

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Online calculator for calculating the time of movement, calculates the time if you know: the distance traveled and speed, acceleration and speed, and also acceleration, speed and distance and gives a step by step solution.

The calculator calculates:

Time calculator, if known: distance traveled and speed.

Time calculator, if known: acceleration and speed.

Time calculator, if known: acceleration, speed and distance traveled.
Time displacement calculation examples

Time Calculator, if Known: Distance Traveled and Speed

**Time is equal to the ratio of distance to speed.**

Speed

Time Calculator, if Known: Acceleration and Speed

**If initial speed v0 is zero, put zero in the field for initial speed v0**

Final speed v

Acceleration a

Time Calculator, if Known: Acceleration, Speed and Distance Traveled

**If speed velocity v0 is zero, put zero in the field for initial speed v0**

Distance S

Acceleration a

Examples of Calculating Time if the Distance Traveled and Speed Are Known

**Example 1.**

The boat sailed 1736 yards at a speed of 60 Kilometers per hour. How long did the boat sail?

The boat sailed 1736 yards at a speed of 60 Kilometers per hour. How long did the boat sail?

**Step by step solution:**

Convert yards to kilometers. One kilometer is 1093.61 yards, so we divide yards by 1093.61.

1736 : 1093.61 = 24800/15623 = 1.58740318760801 kilometers.

Find time, divide distance by speed.

Time = | |

24800/15623 | |

60 |

= 1240/46869 = 0.0264567197934669 hours | |

Time = 0 hours 1 minutes 35.2441912564808 seconds

**Example 2.**

The car, moving at a speed of 12 yards per second, covered a distance of 3000 kilometers. How long did the car drive?

The car, moving at a speed of 12 yards per second, covered a distance of 3000 kilometers. How long did the car drive?

**Step by step solution:**

Converting kilometers to yards. One kilometer is 1093.61 yards, so multiply kilometers by 1093.61.

3000 ร 1093.61 = 3280830 yards.

Find time, divide distance by speed.

Time = | |

3280830 | |

12 |

= 546805/2 = 273402.5 seconds | |

Time = 75 hours 56 minutes 42.5000000000091 seconds

Examples of calculating the time, if the acceleration and speed are known for a uniformly accelerated rectilinear motion

**Example 1.**

The aircraft moved uniformly accelerated with an acceleration of 25000 km/h

The aircraft moved uniformly accelerated with an acceleration of 25000 km/h

^{2}. Before takeoff, the aircraft's speed increased from 15 to 100 m/s^{2}. Determine the time during which the airplane's speed increased from 15 to 100 m/s^{2}.**Step by step solution:**

Convert meter per second to kilometer per hour.

Let's convert meters to kilometers. There are 1000 meters in one kilometer, so we divide the meters by 1000.

15 : 1000 = 3/200 = 0.015 kilometers.

Let's convert seconds to hours.

There are 3600 seconds in one hour, so we need to divide the number of seconds by 3600.

1 : 3600 = 1/3600

Divide distance by time

v_{0} = |
3/200 |

1/3600 |

= 54 Kilometers per hour | |

Convert meter per second to kilometer per hour.

Let's convert meters to kilometers. There are 1000 meters in one kilometer, so we divide the meters by 1000.

100 : 1000 = 1/10 = 0.1 kilometers.

Let's convert seconds to hours.

There are 3600 seconds in one hour, so we need to divide the number of seconds by 3600.

1 : 3600 = 1/3600

Divide distance by time

v = | 1/10 |

1/3600 |

= 360 Kilometers per hour | |

Let's find the time, divide the difference between the final and initial speeds by acceleration.

t = | |

360 - 54 | |

25000 |

= 153/12500 = 0.01224 hours | |

Time = 0 hours 0 minutes 44.064 seconds

Examples of calculating the time, if the acceleration, speed and distance traveled are known for a rectilinear uniformly accelerated motion

**Example 1.**

The cyclist, moving with a constant acceleration of 0.5 m/s

The cyclist, moving with a constant acceleration of 0.5 m/s

^{2}and an initial speed of 30 km/h, drove down the mountain. Calculate the time taken by the cyclist to descend if the length of the slide was 120 meters.**Step by step solution:**

Convert kilometer per hour to meter per second

Let's convert kilometers to meters. There are 1000 meters in one kilometer, so we multiply kilometers by 1000.

30 ร 1000 = 30000 meters.

Let's convert hours into seconds.

There are 3600 seconds in one hour, which means we need to multiply the number of hours by 3600.

1 ร 3600 = 3600

Divide distance by time

v_{0} = |
30000 |

3600 |

= 25/3 = 8.33333333333333 Meters per second | |

Let's find the time, divide the difference between the final and initial speeds by acceleration.

t = |
(25/3)
- 25/3^{2} + 2 ร 120 ร 0.5 |

0.5 |

= 54305485480417/5000000000000 = 10.8610970960834 seconds | |

Time = 0 hours 0 minutes 10.8610970960834 seconds