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AWhen it is time to leave the part, the familhy could only drive at 60 km/h in the mountains. How long would it take them to travl the 270 km to their home? How fast would they need to travel to make the trip in 3h? I want to see how i write the formula and then get my answer. Thank you

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    Distance / speed = time

    270/60 = ____ hours

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