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A radio wace travels 186,000 miles per second. How many kilometers will the wave travel in one microsecond? (1 mile= 1.61km)

distance= timeinseconds/velocity

change the given velocity in miles/hr to m/sec

186kmi/sec *1.6km/mi

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