Your average speed for the two trips was 69.7 miles per hour.
One vehicle, consisting of two(=bi) wheels that go round and round(=cycle)
It depends what you mean. If it is a one round tournament then no, you have to play it on one day. If you mean a two round competition, then yes, you can play it over two days.
it was hard and cruel and scurvy was very common. some trips lasted up to two months and round robins were formed
Consider 10 Atlantic to Pacific Round trips plus a whole bunch of side trips to avoid boredom, Consider making 35 round trips between Denver and Oklahoma City. Consider two hours of driving on a major Interstate highway every day for 365 consecutive days, Consider driving the Indianapolis 500 every day for 80 days.
4 of them. if it only went back and forth, the number of complete trips would be 60/7 or 8 trips each way or 4 round trips with 4 minutes left over, However, there is always going to be some time spent for unloading and loading which can reduce the number of trips depending on the time it takes to load and unload.
The answer is two.
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Round trips are generally a better deal than one way, depending on the original cost of the ticket. Normally with round trip tickets you are offered a small discount.
This means it is a boy hamster.
I think you mean synonym. A simile is a comparison using like or as. A synonym is two different words having the same meaning. but a synonym for round could be circular. a simile for round could be "The sun is as round as a basketball" Hope this helps!
To round to the nearest number.
It can be defined as followed. travelers who prefer trips close to home.
It means, "You [formal] trip/stumble, (and) he/she/it trips/stumbles."
To Round To The Nearest Of Sumthing
What are two reasons snow would stay on the ground year-round
Well I don't know how exactly it is tripping, if it trips whilst jumping its probably not able to jump that height or not a proper jumper, if its when you let your reins down its probably tripping over them try twisting them round and round then using a strap from the bridle to hold it :) Or if it just trips see the vet if your pony/horse has something wrong with it.
Two trips through the cycle are needed to break down one glucose so 2 x 4 = 8 trips .
No, He only took one trip.
Only if you were asked to find the mean to the nearest tenth. If so, don't round each number; calculate the mean first and then round it to the nearest tenth.