Watch this video and take notes. In this video, the uniform motion equation is used to find speed and distance. A motion is *uniform* when the speed, or rate, of the motion is constant. For example, if a car moves with the speed of 30 mph without accelerating or slowing down, then it is in uniform motion. The distance that the car travels during a given time can be found according to the uniform motion equation: *distance = rate × time*.

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