# Measuring instantaneous speed practical (v=x/t)

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- Q1Izzy rode her bike for 3 hours and travelled 45 kilometres. What was her average speed?10 km/h25 km/h15 km/h20 km/h30s
- Q2Lucas rides his bike for 4 hours with an average speed of 15 km/h. He travelled at a speed of 10 km/h for the first two hours. What speed must he have been travelling at for the last two hours?10 km/hbetween 10 km/h and 15 km/h15 km/hhigher than 15 km/h30s
- Q3Which of the graphs shows an object moving with increasing speed (accelerating)?30s
- Q4Andeep ran 20 metres in 5 seconds then slowed down and walked 5 metres in the next 5 seconds. What was his average speed for the first 5 seconds?4 m/s1 m/s5 m/s2.5 m/s30s
- Q5Andeep ran 20 metres in 5 seconds then slowed down and walked 5 metres in the next 5 seconds. What was his average speed for the whole 10 seconds?2.5 m/s5 m/s4 m/s1 m/s30s
- Q6Aisha cycles to school three days in a row. Her speeds are shown on the bar chart. What is her average speed for the journey to school?3.7 m/s5.0 m/s2.0 m/s4.0 m/s30s