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Science and Math . How long would it take a car to travel 10 m if its moving 60 m/s ? i think the answer is 600 but i am unsure.

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the equation for velocity is v=d/t
1\6 second
* formula not equation .

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what steps did u use to find 1/6 s ?
t= s\v =10\60=1\6 second
oh ! okay i get it . thank youu.
am i too late? if it was 60 miles per hour. it would be one, but im good at pointing out everything i already know.
nope your not too late. but what do you mean one ?
if a car was driving 60 miles per hour, and he had to drive 60 miles, it would take him one minute.
oh noo . he would be moving 60 meters per second and he would travel 10 meters. how long in seconds would it take
10 meters divided by 60 meters = 1 sixth of a second.
yeah so yall are right. okay thank you.
your welcome.

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