6th math

Every 24 hours, Earth makes a full rotation around its axis. Earth's speed of rotation at the equator is 1,670 km per hour. What is the circumference of Earth's equator?

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  5. 40,080 km

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  6. 40,080 km

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  9. The answer is 40,080 it said it was wrong for me even though i put that THATS SO !!!

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  12. It’s 40,080, it said correct for me so I’m positive that this is the the answer ( Anyone from MobyMax? Lol)

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  13. It's not 40,080 because that was for the last question

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