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Q: What is the unit rate of 20 miles in 2 hours?

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If you travel at a constant speed of 20 miles and hour, you will cover 100 miles in 5 hours.

10 per hour.

Distance = Rate X time ( change 20 minutes to 0.33 hours for convenience ) Rate = distance/time Rate = 25.0 miles/0.33 hours 75 miles per hour

The two units are incompatible - one is a unit of time, while the other is a unit of distance.

5 hours 20 minutes.

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20/5 = 4 miles per hour

20 miles over 4 hours as a unit rate is written 5 miles per hour. 5 miles per hour is 2.235 m/s (meters per second).

6 mph over 2 hours is 3 miles an hour. Or 1 mile every 20 minutes. Not sure what is meant by a unit rate?

If you travel at a constant speed of 20 miles and hour, you will cover 100 miles in 5 hours.

the unit of rate is 20

Convert them all to the same per x hours and then compare them. You can either convert them all to unit rates (x = 1) or some other rate (eg lcm of 16, 50, 15 and 20). I'll use unit rates: 800 miles per 16 hours = 800 ÷ 16 miles per 16 × 16 hours = 50 mph 1500 miles per 50 hours = 1500 ÷ 50 miles per 50 ÷ 50 hours = 30 mph 600 miles per 15 hours = 600 ÷ 15 miles per 15 ÷ 15 hours = 40 mph 900 miles per 20 hours = 900 ÷ 20 miles per 20 ÷ 20 hours = 45 mph 50 mph is the greatest unit rate → 800 miles per 16 hours is the greatest rate. --------------- The rates can be ordered: 50 > 45 > 40 > 30 → 800 miles per 16 hours > 900 miles per 20 hours > 600 miles per 15 hours > 1500 miles per 50 hours.

12.65 an hour

10 per hour.

20 km per hour.

Distance = Rate X time ( change 20 minutes to 0.33 hours for convenience ) Rate = distance/time Rate = 25.0 miles/0.33 hours 75 miles per hour

20 miles per hour.

20 MPH means that the truck travels 20 miles every hour, so it takes 2 hours to travel 40 miles.

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