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Please help me I will medal and fan Which of the following best defines the quantities that should be measured to find Andy's driving speed? The quantity of time measured in hours depends on the quantity of distance measures in miles. The quantity of distance measures in miles depends on the quantity of time measured in hours. The quantity of time measured in minutes depends on the quantity of speed measured in feet. The quantity of speed measured in feet depends on the quantity of time measured in minutes.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Afrodiddle could you help?

  2. Afrodiddle
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    Ahh , yes.

  3. Afrodiddle
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    As we measure Andy's driving speed we have to make sure that the speed and time pertains to the setting better. Which means, if we were traveling over 30,000 meters, which do you think would be most appropriate to use, miles or feet?

  4. anonymous
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    miles?

  5. Afrodiddle
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    Yes, sir.

  6. Afrodiddle
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    So we can cross out c and D

  7. anonymous
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    would it be B?

  8. Afrodiddle
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    Yes, indeed. As to say that it is Miles per hour, not hour per mile, eh?

  9. anonymous
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    yes, that makes sense! Thanks!

  10. Afrodiddle
    • one year ago
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    Don't forget to close the question! :)

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