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posted by tracy v. .
if you drive a car from Milwaukee to Chicago in 90 minutes.what is the velocity in km in 1 hour. 150 is the distances.
Can somebody help me with this question?

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Kevin
so in other words, it took 1.5 hours to travel 150 km. Therefore, if you want velocity in km/hr it is 100 kilometers per hour.
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