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Driving at a constant rate, noah covered 130 miles in 3.5 hours. Express his driving rate in feet per minute.

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130 mi in 3.5 hrs
130 mi * 5280 ft/mi = 686,400 feet
3.5 hr * 60 min/hr = 210 min
Rate = Distance/Time
686,400/210 = 3268.571 feet/min 
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kaykay
oh im really sorry i ment to say he covered 140 miles in 3.5 hours not 130

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