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Find the rate 392ft/ 8 sec

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asked by Kelly
  1. As the division symbol / indicates, this is a division problem. Divide 392 by 8 to find the rate per second.

  2. Ok is this always how we find rhe rate of something

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    posted by Kelly
  3. Yes. If you know the distance for a certain period of time, you divide the distance by the number of seconds, minutes, hours, etc.

  4. what is the rate for 392ft./8 seconds

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    posted by Peggie
  5. please help

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