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please explain how to write the unit rate as a fraction example: 25 feet per second

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    Do you mean "25 feet/second"? It's almost certainly a measure of speed, expressed as the number of feet travelled divided by the number of seconds it took to travel it.

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    hoe long it takes to complete240 miles with a speed of 50m/h

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