distance, d = 3 meters

time, t = 2 seconds

deltaTime, x ( the time need for 1 frame to show )

Your first equation is wrong to begin with. Let’s do this calculation to see why(based on your first equation)

```
Velocity = 3 meters/ frame * 2 secs /frame
Let frame be 1
// I don't care what frame is right now, deltaTime,
// or number of frame per second, it doesn't matter
Then,
Velocity = 3 meters/ 1 * 2 secs /1
= 6 meter * 1 second
```

What does `6 meter * 1 second`

means? It is meaningless, it is definitely not `velocity`

( meter per second ), nor can it mean anything else.

##
Further Inspection

When you move 3 meters in 2 seconds, your velocity, `V`

is

```
V = d/t
V = 3 / 2
= 1.5 meter per seconds
```

When you said `d/x`

(*3/frame*), this is not related to the original question at all, you are saying that

```
distance travelled per delta time
```

So, you are now talking about the speed required to travel 3 meter per 1 frame

```
If we are running 25 fps, deltaTime = 1sec/25frame = 0.04 seconds
d/X = 3 meter / 0.04 seconds
= 75 meter per seconds
```

Your second part is *2 sec/frame*, which is `t/x`

, which translate to

```
2 seconds divides by time required to finish 1 frame
```

which will become, `total number of frame in 2 seconds`

```
If we are running 25 fps, deltaTime = 1sec/25frame = 0.04 seconds
t/X = 2 seconds / 0.04 seconds
= 50 frames
```