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anonymous
 5 years ago
The least speed in miles per hour that an airplane can safely land is inversely proportional to the area of its wings. If an airplane with a wing area of 360 sq. ft. can land safely at 55 mph, at what speed could a plane land with a wing area of 450 sq. ft.?
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anonymous
 5 years ago
The least speed in miles per hour that an airplane can safely land is inversely proportional to the area of its wings. If an airplane with a wing area of 360 sq. ft. can land safely at 55 mph, at what speed could a plane land with a wing area of 450 sq. ft.? 35 44 68.75

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