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Joshuam1
 2 years ago
Use the following equations to solve the problem.
final distance = initial distance + (speed × time)
df = di + vt
1.00 mi = 1.61 km
For an initial distance of 11.3 km, a speed of 35.0 miles per hour, and a time of 3.00 hours, what is the final distance in km?
49.3 km
116 km
76.5 km
180 km
Joshuam1
 2 years ago
Use the following equations to solve the problem. final distance = initial distance + (speed × time) df = di + vt 1.00 mi = 1.61 km For an initial distance of 11.3 km, a speed of 35.0 miles per hour, and a time of 3.00 hours, what is the final distance in km? 49.3 km 116 km 76.5 km 180 km

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