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izzy56658989
 2 years ago
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?
izzy56658989
 2 years ago
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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Opcode
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.11500 feet per hour. in 48 hours... 1500*48 = 72,000 feet in 48 hours.

Opcode
 2 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.1What? How does that work? isn't that going backwards? Since it's negative... Maybe 72,000?
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