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A car carrier is traveling 442 miles from Toyko to the Port of Long Beach with new Toyotas. The ship wil travel at a rate of 22 knots. How long will it take for the ship to reach the Port ?

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Speed = distance/time

Therefore

time = distance/speed

You can do the calculations.

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