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a glacier moves with a speed of 54m/s. how many years wold it take for the glacier to move 0.65 km? assume there are 365 days in a year

  • glacier motion -

    Check your speed again. Glaciers do not move that fast. And there are none in Anaheim. They melted long ago.

    I am sure you have heard of the formula
    distance = speed*time

    Use it to compute the time, once you have the right speed number.

  • anaheim -

    According to (Broken Link Removed)
    typical glacier speeds are 2 to 20 meters per DAY.

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