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A high-speed train is moving at a speed of 210 mph. Which speeds are the same as the train’s speed? Choose all answers that are correct. Question 10 options: 12,600 mi/min 5040 mi/day 18,480 ft/min 308 ft/h

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  1. anonymous
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    @Skielerlucas04

  2. anonymous
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    how many feet are in a mile?

  3. anonymous
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    5280 Feet

  4. anonymous
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    right?

  5. anonymous
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    ok so it cant be D

  6. anonymous
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    yes you're right

  7. welshfella
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    also it would be worth you multiplying 210 by 24 to get miles / day

  8. anonymous
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    Ok so D isnt right

  9. anonymous
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    what is 210x5280

  10. anonymous
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    5,490

  11. anonymous
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    no

  12. anonymous
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    210 x 5280 = ?

  13. anonymous
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    Omg my bad i wrote it wrong

  14. anonymous
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    1,108,800

  15. anonymous
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    Thats what i got?

  16. anonymous
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    ok the the train travels that many feet in an hour so divide 1,108,800 by 60 to see how far it travels in a minute

  17. anonymous
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    18,480

  18. anonymous
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    So its C (: i can choose more then one also or is it just C

  19. anonymous
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    so so the train travels 18,480 feet a minute....is that a choice? ;)

  20. anonymous
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    ok so lets test the other two

  21. anonymous
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    alrighty

  22. anonymous
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    there are how many hours in the day?

  23. anonymous
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    24

  24. anonymous
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    and the train travel 210 miles an hour

  25. anonymous
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    so how would you find out how many miles it travels in a day?

  26. anonymous
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    Divide?

  27. anonymous
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    no

  28. anonymous
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    you would do 210 x 24 =?

  29. anonymous
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    5,040

  30. anonymous
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    is that a choice?

  31. anonymous
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    yes its b (:

  32. anonymous
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    yea

  33. anonymous
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    but lets check the last one too

  34. anonymous
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    alright

  35. anonymous
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    and it's impossible for it to be A

  36. anonymous
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    so it's B and C

  37. anonymous
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    awesome thanks!!

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