Extrapolate Distance, Time, Speed

If something travels a certain distance in a certain time, then it makes it in a different time or takes a different distance...
An extrapolation assumes that the speed remains constant, which of course is often not the case in reality. Nevertheless, such an extrapolation makes sense to get an estimate of how long something will take or how far something will come.

Covered distance s0:
Time needed t0: h, m, s

Extrapolate distance s1:

Extrapolate time t1: h, m, s

Speed v:

v = s0/t0 = s1/t1. Please enter the distance covered and the time required, as well as the extrapolated distance or time. The remaining value and the speed will be calculated.

Physics commonly uses SI units. Here is a calculator to convert units.