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Solve for v1.


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    (2.25 km)/v1 = 0.25 h

    v1 = 9 km/h

    h would have to have dimensions of time for this to make any sense. I assume the "h" means hours in this case

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    How did you get 2.25/v1?

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    I did the algebra, combining the two terms on the left.

    3.50km/(2v1) = 1.75km/v1

    Add 0.50km/v1 to that

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    Thanks I don't know I could forget that. Is this like algebra?

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    Yes. You need to do some algebra to get the answer. You don't need any physics.

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