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rebecca1233
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Distance = rate * time
In the equation D = r * t, to solve for "r", one should:
A.) Subtract "t" from both sides of the equation.
B.) Divide both sides of the equation by "t".
C.) Multiply both sides of the equation by "t".
D.) Add a negative "t" to both sides of the equation.
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rebecca1233 Group Title
Distance = rate * time In the equation D = r * t, to solve for "r", one should: A.) Subtract "t" from both sides of the equation. B.) Divide both sides of the equation by "t". C.) Multiply both sides of the equation by "t". D.) Add a negative "t" to both sides of the equation.
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