How to Calculate Distance
To calculate distance from the speed and time, you multiply the speed by the time.
For example, if you are traveling at a speed of 60 miles per hour for 2 hours, the distance would be equal to 120 miles (60 x 2 = 120 miles).
How to Calculate Speed
To calculate the speed given the distance and time, you divide the distance traveled by the time elapsed.
For example, if you traveled 120 miles in 2 hours, the speed would be equal to 60 miles per hour (120 ÷ 2).
How to Calculate Time
To calculate the time from the speed and distance, you divide the distance by the speed.
For example, if you traveled 120 miles at a speed of 6- miles per hour, the time elapsed would be 2 hours (120 ÷ 60 = 2).
Interactive Distance Conversion Chart
If you need to convert between distance units, select the unit you are converting from, and the following distance conversion table will update to reflect your selection (results rounded to 9 decimal places if the entered number of units is greater than 1).
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