Algebra 1
posted by Austin .
Use the formula d=rt to find the value of the missing variable
d= 48 feet, t= 16 seconds
r= ? ft/sec

d = r t
48 = r * 16 Divide both sides by 16
48 / 16 = r * 16 / 16
3 = r
r = 3
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