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time = distance ÷ speed

= 50 km ÷ 62 km/h

= 50/62 hr

= 25/31 hr

≈ 0.806 hr

1 hr = 60 min

→ 0.806 hr = 0.806 × 60 min ≈ 48.39 min

1 min = 60 sec

→ 0.39 min = 0.39 × 60 sec ≈ 23 sec

Thus to cover 50 km at 62 km/h takes about 48 min 23 sec.

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