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in the great flood of 1993, the Mississippi River was so high that it caused Illinois River flowed at the rate of -1500 feet per hour, how far would the water travel in 48 hours?

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  1. izzy56658989
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    @Opcode

  2. Opcode
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    1500 feet per hour. in 48 hours... 1500*48 = 72,000 feet in 48 hours.

  3. izzy56658989
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    it's -1500

  4. Opcode
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    What? How does that work? isn't that going backwards? Since it's negative... Maybe -72,000?

  5. izzy56658989
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    yes thank you

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