# Different speeds (v=s/t)

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- Q1Match the key words or phrases to their definitions.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q2Match the activity to the typical speed for that activity.Users link answersLinking30s
- Q3A skateboarder travels a distance of 400 m in 50 s. What is their average speed?350 m/s8 m/s450 m/s20 000 m/s0.125 m/s30s
- Q4Sound waves travel at 330 m/s in air. A boy sees a firework explode in the distance. The sound arrives 6.0 s after the flash. How far away from the boy did the firework explode (to 2 s.f.)?1.0 km55 m200 m2.0 km30s
- Q5Two cars are traveling in opposite directions (towards each other). The first car is travelling at 30 km/h and the second is travelling at 70 km/h. What is the relative speed of the cars?40 km/h70 km/h30 km/h100 km/h2100 km/h30s
- Q6During a race, cyclist A is traveling at 10 m/s and is 200 m behind cyclist B, who is travelling at 8 m/s in the same direction. How long will it take cyclist A to catch up with cyclist B?250 s20 s25 s100 s160 s30s