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150cm 10mm 1hr 1min -------x--------x------x-------- 1hr 1cm 60mins 60sec. work please! :D

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  1. scarydoor
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    What's the question?

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    solve.

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    scary, can you help me?

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    I don't understand what the question is. What is the meaning of the distances and times in your original post?

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    it says find: .........

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    soooo?

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    I don't understand what the symbols in your original post mean, or what ..... is supposed to be. Or what ----x----x--- etc is supposed to represent, or why there is distances and time mixed together.

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    x is times and the ---- is a fraction line

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    Ah. Then all terms after the first one are equal to one. (10mm = 1cm, 1hr = 60m, 1min = 60sec) So you just have 150cm/1hr. And I guess that's your answer... That's a velocity.

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