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Two species of birds are being compared. Species A can fly 18.9 miles in 42 minutes, while species B can fly 20.3 miles in 58 minutes. Which species is slower, and at what speed can it fly? Species A is slower, and it can fly 0.35 miles per minute. Species A is slower, and it can fly 0.45 miles per minute. Species B is slower, and it can fly 0.35 miles per minute. Species B is slower, and it can fly 0.45 miles per minute.

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  1. Mehek14
    • one year ago
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    A : \(\dfrac{18.9}{42} = 0.45\) B : \(\dfrac{20.3}{58}=0.35\) so B is slower and goes 0.35/min

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