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itsmichelle29

  • one year ago

If a car travels 40.75 feet in one second how many miles will it travel in exactly one hour? I medal and fan

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    demsional analysis

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    3600 sec = 1 hour 40.75 ft/sec = (40.75 ft/sec) x (1 mile / 5280 ft) x (3600 sec / 1 hour) = 27.784 miles/hour So in one hour, the car travels approx. 27.784 miles.

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    1 mile =5280 ft 1 hour= 3600 sec. (1 hour=60 min, 1 min = 60 sec. than 60 min * 60 sec = 3600 second or 1 hour 40.75 ft in one sec * 3600 sec (that's how many sec got one hour) = 146700 ft it is for one hour....then you have too divide 146700 ft with 5280 ft to got the miles 146700/ 5280 = 27 mil and 784 ft

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    can u help me with another one

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    sure

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    what is the mass of 35.2mL of a solution that has a density of 1.12 g/cm^3 ?

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    im here

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