You just competed in a track meet and you ran the 1500 m race in 484 seconds. what was your average speed in miles per hour?

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2022-10-20
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Liam Everett

Answered 2022-10-21
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Generally, The average speed is simply derived by dividing the entire distance traveled by the total time it takes to go that distance.

In conclusion, The equation for speed is

$S=\frac{d}{t}$

Therefore

$S=\frac{1500}{484}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}S=3.099\text{}m/s$

In conclusion, The equation for speed is

$S=\frac{d}{t}$

Therefore

$S=\frac{1500}{484}\phantom{\rule{0ex}{0ex}}S=3.099\text{}m/s$

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