anonymous
  • anonymous
At room temperature, the average speed of an oxygen molecule is about 500 m/s. What is this in miles per hour? (1 kilometer = 0.62 miles)
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schrodinger
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hwyl
  • hwyl
\(\large 500 \frac{m}{sec} \times \frac{1~km}{1000~m} \times \frac{0.62~mi}{1~km} \times \frac{60 ~sec}{1 ~min} \times \frac{60~min}{1 ~hr} \)
anonymous
  • anonymous
1116, but the answer choices are a.10 miles/hr b.100 miles/hr c.1000 miles/hr d.10,000 miles/hr
hwyl
  • hwyl
okay, and?

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anonymous
  • anonymous
so would that equal to 1000 mi/hr
hwyl
  • hwyl
you tell me I already laid out the solution to you
hwyl
  • hwyl
what i did is considered helping you cheat in fact
anonymous
  • anonymous
its from a practice test that my teacher gave me. i already have the answer but idk why its 1000
anonymous
  • anonymous
you dont need to accuse me for cheating.
hwyl
  • hwyl
i already showed you how to solve for it

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