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How do you express 400 yards in 53 seconds as a unit rate?

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    just divide 400 by 53 and it becomes yards per second

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    Cross multiply and solve for x.

    400/53 = x/1

    53x = 400

    x = 400/53

    x = 7.55 yards per second

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