Q: How do you write 300 miles in 5 hours as a unit rate?

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Divide the number of miles by the number of hours to obtain the unit rate. You should get: 128 miles / 2 hours = 64 miles per hour

30 miles per hour.

804 miles in 16 hours = 804/16 = 50.25 miles per hour.

50 over 1

You are supposed to divide the distance by the time.

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Divide the number of miles by the number of hours to obtain the unit rate. You should get: 128 miles / 2 hours = 64 miles per hour

To get the rate for 250 miles in 5 hours, divide the miles by the hours to get miles per hour, 250 miles/5 hours=50 miles per hour. If you divide 5 hours by 250 miles, you get 0.02 hours per mile, the other unit rate for this set of numbers.

A rate is a ratio that compares two different units. ex: 300 miles\ 6 hours. you can't convert miles into hours. A unit rate is a rate comparing a number to 1 unit to another. ex: 50 miles\1 hour A unit rate always has 1 as a denominator.

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Well, honey, if you drove 220 miles in 4 hours, the rate would be 55 miles per hour. It's simple math, darling. Just divide the total distance by the total time and there you have it. Keep on truckin', speed racer!

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