anonymous
  • anonymous
Alina is able to swim at a rate of about 2.5 miles per hour. Talia is able to swim at a rate of 1.8 meters per second. Which statement comparing the two swimmers is accurate
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dakid88
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  • dakid88
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FireKat97
  • FireKat97
yeah? one sec Im finding a miles conversion, Im not good with US metrics
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Drigobri
  • Drigobri
You need to have both speeds in the same units to affirm something, converting Alina's speed into meters per second or Talia's speed into miles per hour. • 1 mile per hour = 0,44704 meters per second Soon Alina's speed is = 2.5 x 0.44704 = 1.12 meters per second or Talia's speed = 1.8 / 0.44704 = 4.02 miles per hour Comparing the speeds we can say that Talia is able to swim about 1.52 miles per hour or 0.68 meters per second faster than Alina.

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