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What should be measured to calculate the average rate at which water flows in a dam? Distance of water flow and duration of water flow Number of liters of water flowing and duration of water flow Distance of water flow and size of the dam from which water flows Number of liters of water flowing and size of the dam from which water flows

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  1. help_people
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    @Hero

  2. Hero
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    I'm not trying to abandon you at all. I do have other things. You can't pick an answer because it "seems" like the correct answer. b actually isn't the right answer. However, I'll give you a hint. Try to understand what average rate of water flow means mathematically.

  3. help_people
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    how fast the water flow?

  4. Hero
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    What would you need to calculate to determine how fast water flows?

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    distance?

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    You're on the right track. There's something else you need as well. Distance alone won't help us determine speed.

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    size?

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    no duration of the waster flow

  9. Hero
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    The basic formula for speed is distance over time.

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    ok

  11. help_people
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    based on that i got a

  12. Hero
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    A is correct.

  13. help_people
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    thank you may you help me w. a few more @hero i will repost to a new question thingy?

  14. Hero
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    Post your question and we'll see.

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    ok

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