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Shelby walks at a constant rate. the equation that represents this relationship is d=4t, where d is the distance in miles and t is the time in hours.

What does the constant 4 tell you about shelby?
Make use of structure. What question is answered by the equation d=4(32)?

  1. Steve

    4 is the speed

    distance = speed * time

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