Q: What is the distance traveled at a speed of 60km per hour for 2 hours?

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

(60 divided by 2) kph

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

We always calculate distance by multipying the speed by time. ex: I travelled in 10 min at the speed of 60km/h , so the distance equals to 60 times 10 which equals to 600 km....

Time = distance / speed = 8 km / 60 kmh-1 = 8/60 hours = 8/60 * 60 minutes = 8 minutes

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

Time = Distance/Speed = 60/50 = 1.2 hours = 1 hour 12 minutes.

Average speed equals distance divided by time (speed = distance/time) Therefore the car travels 600km in 10hours so 600/10 equals 60km/h. 60km/h is equal to: 60000metres per hour 1 km per minute 50/3 metres per second

(60 divided by 2) kph

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

We always calculate distance by multipying the speed by time. ex: I travelled in 10 min at the speed of 60km/h , so the distance equals to 60 times 10 which equals to 600 km....

Time = distance / speed = 8 km / 60 kmh-1 = 8/60 hours = 8/60 * 60 minutes = 8 minutes

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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Speed / Distance=Time 2283.6211MPH/60KM= 61.25219859267292 seconds