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What was the average speed in km/h of a car that travels 400.0 km in 4.5h?

  • Physical Science -

    distance = rate x time
    400 km = rate x 4.5 hours
    Solve for rate.

  • Physical Science -

    395.5

  • Physics -

    88.89 km/hr

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