Science (8th grade)

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I still am confused about the snail lab things...

Ms. Sue helped me with the calculate, but I still have a question...

Calculations:
.136 cm/s
.000136 m/s
.4896 m/h

Calculate how long it will take your snail to cross a sidewalk(2m) cross a road(20m).

How would I do that?

  • Science (8th grade) -

    .000136 / 1 = 2/x

    .000136x = 2

    x = 2 / .000136

    x = 14705.8823529 seconds = 40.85 hours

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    20 / 0.4896 m/h = ?

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