anonymous
  • anonymous
how can I write .65 kilometers with variables in an equation for a runner's marathon.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Depends. What do you want the variables to represent. For instance: d = distance (.65km) v = speed t = time d = vt; 0.65km = vt
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would like for it represent the distance
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would like for it represent the distance

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anonymous
  • anonymous
how many hours in .65 kilometers and what speed
anonymous
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the equation would be .65km = vt Since you haven't given values for v or t, there are an infinite number of solutions

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