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anonymous

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The formula d = rt gives the distance d traveled in time t at rate r. A train travels 163.2 miles in 2.4 hours, traveling at a constant rate. What is the train’s rate of travel? mph

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  1. anonymous
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    help me out?

  2. anonymous
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    i think the answer would be 68

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    all you have to do is multiply 163.2 and 2.4h in the formula d=rt d=163.2(2.4)= 391.68 or 68

  4. anonymous
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    it worked

  5. anonymous
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    ima memorize that

  6. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    *copy save*

  7. anonymous
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    ill use as notes

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