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Idywilson
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Posted: 04 January 2007 at 10:11am | IP Logged Quote Idywilson

i need help solving this answer/equation....please show all work so, how i can see as an example

Find the velocity in meters per seconds of a swimmers who swims exactly 110m towards the shores in 72s   

V=D/T
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Posted: 24 July 2007 at 11:00pm | IP Logged Quote Audrey

ok so this equation is basically just division. you are given the distance (110m) and the time (72s) so you just need to sub this info into your equation:

v=d/t

v=110/72

v=1.5277...

v=1.5

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