# a cyclist is travelling with an average velocity of 5.9m/s [w]. what will be his displacement in 1.5 h?

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## Since distance = rate x time

the rate is in m/s but the time is in hours

so 1.5 hr = 1.5(3600) seconds

= 5400 seconds

we have

distance = 5.9(5400) m

= 31860 m

= 31.86 km

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Step 1: Convert the time to seconds.

1.5 hours is equal to 1.5 × 60 × 60 = 5400 seconds. That's a lot of clown time!

Step 2: Calculate the displacement.

To find displacement, we use the formula:

Displacement = Velocity × Time

So, the displacement of the cyclist will be:

Displacement = 5.9 m/s × 5400 s

Step 3: Do the math!

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Calculating this, the displacement will be:

Displacement = 5.9 m/s × 5400 s = 31,860 meters.

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## To find the displacement of the cyclist, we can use the formula:

Displacement = Velocity x Time

Given:

Average velocity = 5.9 m/s [w]

Time = 1.5 hours

However, we need to convert the time from hours to seconds, as the velocity is given in meters per second.

1 hour = 3600 seconds

So, 1.5 hours = 1.5 x 3600 = 5400 seconds.

Now, we can calculate the displacement:

Displacement = 5.9 m/s x 5400 s

Displacement = 31860 m

Therefore, the cyclist's displacement in 1.5 hours will be 31860 meters.

## To find the displacement, we need to calculate the product of the average velocity and the time traveled.

First, let's convert the given time from hours to seconds, as our velocity is given in meters per second. We can do this by multiplying the given time, 1.5 hours, by 3600 seconds/hour:

1.5 hours * 3600 seconds/hour = 5400 seconds

Now, we can multiply the average velocity of 5.9 m/s by the time of 5400 seconds:

Displacement = Average Velocity * Time

Displacement = 5.9 m/s * 5400 seconds

Calculating this gives us the displacement:

Displacement = 31860 meters

Therefore, the cyclist's displacement in 1.5 hours is 31860 meters.