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What is the unit rate? 1500 meters in 6 seconds?

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  1. The unit rate is the number of meters in 1 second.

    1500 / 6 = 250 meters per second

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  2. 250 meters 1 second

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  3. What is the unit rate of 1,500

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  4. 192 miles per 6 gallons

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  5. 192 miles per 6 gallons

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