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Q: A cruise ship is traveling at a rate of 20 miles per hour. Determine a direct variation formula to calculate the miles traveled for each hour. Use t for time and m for miles.?

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No, you cannot.

The distance it travels and how long it took to travel that far. To calculate speed you do (total distance traveled)/(total time taken)

Speed = Distance/Time

If an object is traveling at a constant velocity, its acceleration is 0. Even if it traveled for 2 years.

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The formula is: m=20t

You multiply the speed at which you are traveling by the time spent traveling.

"Have you traveled before?" The auxiliary verb "have been" is used with the present participle, "traveling."

No, you cannot.

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They traveled by boats and horse carriages

The word travelled (also traveled) is the past participle, past tense of the verb to travel. The past participle of the verb is also an adjective: the traveled road; a well travelled adventurer.

he traveled on the Concepción, and the other ships that traveled with him were the San Antonio, the Santiago, the Trinidad, and the Victoria.

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both are incorrect. it is traveled.

The distance it travels and how long it took to travel that far. To calculate speed you do (total distance traveled)/(total time taken)

The distance it travels and how long it took to travel that far. To calculate speed you do (total distance traveled)/(total time taken)