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A track athlete runs exactly one complete lap of the track, 400 m circumfrence, in 4.02x10^1 seconds. What is the velocity of the athlete , to two significant figures, if they are assumed to run with a constant velocity for the entire time?

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    Can you divide the circumference by the lap time?

    That will be the average speed.

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    0 m/s

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