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Well, as it implies you can cover 60 km per hour driving at the speed of 60km. So if you drove for two hours, you could go 120 km.

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Time = Distance/Speed = 30 km/60km per hour = 1/2 hour or 30 minutes

60km per hour west.

For this question, we can look at an everyday example. I'm driving at 60km per hour. This means i am driving 60km every hour. Or, 60km over 1 hour (per=ontop of or over). So we can think of per-cent as per=over and cent=100. Century is 100 years. --Cent is latin for 100. So to answer your question 81 percent to a fraction, would have to be 81 (per) over 100. 81/100 = 0.81 = 81% we divide by 100.

Speed = Distance/Time = 60km/1.5h = 40 km per hour

22.5 miles.

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They can run about 60km/h, if that is what you're asking.

Time = Distance/Speed = 30 km/60km per hour = 1/2 hour or 30 minutes

40 km/h

It is 60km per hour.

No. The car's "airspeed" ... its speed relative to the air ... would be zero.

60km per hour west.

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85 minutes.

For this question, we can look at an everyday example. I'm driving at 60km per hour. This means i am driving 60km every hour. Or, 60km over 1 hour (per=ontop of or over). So we can think of per-cent as per=over and cent=100. Century is 100 years. --Cent is latin for 100. So to answer your question 81 percent to a fraction, would have to be 81 (per) over 100. 81/100 = 0.81 = 81% we divide by 100.

I don't think we understand the same thing by "longer"...

60 mph = 100 kmph, so mph

at 60kmph you cover 60 km so at 10% of the speed you cover 6km. 10% of 60km is 6km and 10% of 60kmph is 6km. 6km= 1 hour at 6kmph or 10% of an hour at 60kmph or in time terms 6mins. the answer is 6mins.