# Distance Traveled Formula

Distance Traveled defines how much path an object has covered to reach its destination in a given period. The formula for distance travelled is given

$d=vt$

Where,

d = distance travelled

v = Velocity

t = time taken to travel

The distance-travelled formula can be applied to calculate the distance of driving a car or swimming laps in a pool. While driving a car, the distance will be calculated in miles or kilometres, the rate is in miles per hour or kilometres per hour, and time is in hours. While swimming laps in a pool, the distance will be calculated in laps.

Solved Examples

Question 1: A heavily loaded truck travels at a velocity of 60 miles per hour. Calculate the total time taken by the truck to travel a distance of 200 miles?

Given: Velocity = 60 miles per hour

Displacement d = 200 miles

we know,

displacement d = vt

The time taken is given by

t = d/v

= 200/60

t = 3.33 hours