Posted by **Nick** on Monday, June 15, 2009 at 12:57pm.

Two readings are taken from an aircraft's flight record

Time - 08:55 Distance travelled - 957

Time - 09:07 Distance travelled -1083

For the period of time between the two readings, how do i calculate

a)the distance travelled in kilometres and b)the average speed of the aircraft in km/h.

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