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It took 0.45 s for a fastball to reach the batter. If the pitcher is 18 m away from the batter, how fast was the fastball pitch?

A. 0.025 m/s

B. 8.1 m/s

C. 18 m/s

D. 40 m/s

I say it is D. To let you know; this is not a test, it's only a practise quiz I'm doing.

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    You are lucky, d is the answer.

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