The speed of an object can be found by using the formula
`s = d/t `
from this we get time taken as
`t = d/s`
From the question it is clear that, `d = 165 m ` and s = 30 m/s
Now plug in the values,
`t = 165/30 = 5.5 s `
`therefore` the time taken for the object to move `165 m ` with 30 m/s speed is `5.5 seconds`
The distance traveled by an object is related to its speed and time taken as:
Distance traveled = speed x time
Here, we are given the distance traveled (165 m) and speed as 30 m/s. The time taken for this motion can be calculated as:
Time taken = 165/30 sec = 5.5 seconds
Thus, it will take the object 5.5 seconds to travel 165 m travelling at a constant speed of 30 m/sec.
Hope this helps.