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## How do I find the boat rate in still water?

**Upstream and Downstream Formula**

- Upstream (uu2212v) km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Downstream (u+v)Km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Speed of Boat in Still Water (Downstream Speed + Upstream Speed)

## What is the rate in still water?

The against current and with current should cancel each other out (again, assuming the current is constant) to get the still water rate. 20+242 442 **22 mph. The rate that the boat travels in still water is 22 mph.**

## What is the speed of the boat in still water and the speed of the current?

Answer: **The speed of the boat in still water or b 10 km/h. The speed of the current or the river 4 km/h. Therefore the speed of the boat when going upstream b r 10 4 6 km/hr. Therefore the distance covered in one hour 6/1 6 km.**

## How do you calculate current in a river?

**Answer**

- The distance going upstream and downstream is the same.
- Time going upstream is 3 hours.
- Time going downstream is 2 hours.
- Speed of the boat (r) is 5 miles per hour.
- Distance (d) rate (r) X time (t)

## What is the formula for finding current rate?

The against current and with current should cancel each other out (again, assuming the current is constant) to get the still water rate. 20+242 442 **22 mph. The rate that the boat travels in still water is 22 mph.**

## What is the speed of the boat in water?

The speed of a boat in still water is **15 km/hr.**

## What is the rate of the water current?

**Upstream and Downstream Formula**

- Upstream (uu2212v) km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Downstream (u+v)Km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Speed of Boat in Still Water (Downstream Speed + Upstream Speed)

## Is there a current in still water?

The flow rate can be measured in **meters cubed per second (m3/s), or in liters per second (L/s). Liters are more common for measures of liquid volume, and 1 m**3/s 1000 L/s. Flow Rate Formula Questions: 1) Water is flowing through a circular pipe that has a radius of 0.0800 m.

## How do you find the rate?

**Rate of current 2 mph, rate of boat in still water 6 mph.**

## How do you find the speed of a boat and current?

**Upstream and Downstream Formula**

- Upstream (uu2212v) km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Downstream (u+v)Km/hr, where u is the speed of the boat in still water and v is the speed of the stream.
- Speed of Boat in Still Water (Downstream Speed + Upstream Speed)

## What is the speed of boat in still water?

It can go 12 km upstream and return downstream to its original point in 2 hr 45 min.

## What is the ratio between the speed of the boat and speed of the water current respectively?

So, now we should be aware of the formulas for the speed of the boat and speed of the water stream as: Then, speed of the boat is given by x+y2. Then, speed of the water stream is given by yu2212x2. So, we get the ratio between the speed of the boat and the speed of the water current respectively as **8:3**

## What is the speed of the boat in still water it takes 2 hours to cover the distance?

II.Speed of the boat 1(8 + 12) km/hr **10 km/hr**2

## How do you find the current in a river?

The speed of the current or the river 4 km/h. Therefore the speed of the boat when going upstream **b r 10 4 6 km/hr. Therefore the distance covered in one hour 6/1 6 km.**

## How do you find the velocity of a river current?

**Upstream and Downstream Formula**

- Speed of Boat in Still Water (Downstream Speed + Upstream Speed)

## How do I calculate current rate?

one coulomb per second

## What is the rate of electric current?

electrical circuit, the current passing through most materials is directly proportional to the potential difference applied across them. Fig. 3-4: A circle diagram to help in memorizing the Ohms Law formulas **V IR, I V/R, and R V/I**

## What are the 3 formulas in Ohm’s law?

Amperage (or Amps) in a Series Circuit The equation **V I/R, known as Ohms Law, also holds true at each resistor in the circuit. The current flow throughout a series circuit is constant, which means its the same at each resistor.**

## What is the speed of the boat in still water?

It can go 12 km upstream and return downstream to its original point in 2 hr 45 min.

## What is the speed of speed boat?

Most modern-day speed boats can travel at speeds of **100 MPH while some speed boats have even recorded speeds of more than 170 MPH.**

## What is the speed of the boat in calm water?

The speed of the boat in calm water is **30 km/h .**

## What is a fast speed on water?

317.58 mph

## What is the flow rate of the water?

To calculate the water flow (in m3) multiply the average water velocity (in m/s) by the average width (in m) and by the average depth (in m). Water flow 0.425 m/s x 1 m x 0.6 m **0.255 m3/s. Note: remember that 1 m**3 1 000 l so multiply by this to convert water flow measurements to litres per second (l/s).

## How do you find the rate of a current?

**Answer**

- The distance going upstream and downstream is the same.
- Time going upstream is 3 hours.
- Time going downstream is 2 hours.
- Speed of the boat (r) is 5 miles per hour.
- Distance (d) rate (r) X time (t)

## How do you find the current water?

The against current and with current should cancel each other out (again, assuming the current is constant) to get the still water rate. 20+242 442 **22 mph. The rate that the boat travels in still water is 22 mph.**