Q: An athlete runs 105 m south and 80 m west How far is he from the starting point?

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4.5 kilometers

8m/s

In 4.27 minutes he runs 1 mile so in 60 minutes he will run 60*1/4.27 = 14.05 miles (to 2 dp)

20 meters

Sandy won the race.Jack: Runs at 30 mph to Y and at 10 mph back to X. So his avg. speed is given by the formula (2ab)/(a+b) i.e. 15 mphSandy: Runs at 20 mph to Y and at 20 mph back to X. So his avg. speed is 20 mphSo only Sandy wins the race.Hope I'm correct....... Pls consult with your colleagues.....

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Is this a trick question? If he started from the North Pole, he is still 105 m south of his starting point. If it is a straight question, then he is sqrt(1052 + 802) m = sqrt(11025 + 6400) m = sqrt(17425) m = 132.004 metres from his starting point.

Prime Meridian

the origin for athlete is the a person who runs take track and works out

Yes, the lazy bum has done no work at all.

14 miles on the route he took. 10 miles if you mean in a straight line.

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A line that runs from the north pole to the south pole is called a line of longitude.

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The prime meridian runs through the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London, and extends to the North and South Poles. It serves as the starting point for measuring longitude and divides the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres.

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