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There are 24 hours in a day. The snail travels 80 metres in 20 hours. If you divide the distance traveled by the number of hours taken (80 ÷ 20), then you would know that the snail travels at a rate of 4 metres per hour. Multiply the rate by the number of hours in a day and you see that:

4 x 24 =

96 metres per day

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