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Posted by Mallory on Saturday, December 31, 2011 at 1:50pm.

Scientists use the Beaufort wind scale to approximate wind speed. The formula is B= 1.69 sqrt(s+4.45) -3.49 where B is the Beaufort number and s is the speed in miles per hour. To the nearest mile per hour, what is the approximate wind speed if the Beaufort number is 6?

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