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A car driven at 5 mph to cover 100 m would take about 44.7 seconds.

1 mile = 1609.344 m ( exactly)

→ 1 mph = 1 × 1609.344 meters/hour

→ 5 mph = 5 × 1609.344 meters/hour = 8046.72 meters/hour

→ time = distance / speed = 100 m / (8046.72 meters/hour) ≈ 0.0124 hour

1 hour = 60 min

→ 0.0124 hour = 0.0124× 60 min ≈ 0.746 min

1 min = 60 sec

→ 0.746 min = 0.746 × 60 sec ≈ 44.7 seconds.

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