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An electron travels 1.91 m in 4.72x10^-8s. How fast does it travel? Answer in cm/s

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    Divide the distance (in cm) by the time in seconds.

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    I took 1.91m x 100cm and got 191cm and then divided it by .000000047s and got 4,063,829,787 cm/s. Is that just about correct?

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