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The time it takes for a puck to travel from the blue line to the net (d = 18.3 m) if the puck has velocity of 40 m/s is _______ s.

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  1. d = Vo*t, d = 18.3 m, Vo = 40 m/s, t = ?.

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    posted by Henry
  2. I don't quiet get it, can you be more specific

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