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Use the formula distance = speed x time. Solving for time: time = distance / speed.

600/10 = 60. It would the hawk 60 seconds (1 minute) to travel 600m.

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Q: A hawk can travel at 10meters per seconds how long would it take for it to travel 600m?
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