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1. Penalty kicks are taken from a distance 11 metres away from the goal. The strongest shooters can kick at speeds of up to 112km/h. How many seconds will the ball take to reach the goal?
2. (Original post by Niki1105)
Penalty kicks are taken from a distance 11 metres away from the goal. The strongest shooters can kick at speeds of up to 112km/h. How many seconds will the ball take to reach the goal?
Convert the speed into metres per second, then divide 11 by that speed for the amount of time taken.
3. (Original post by Niki1105)
Penalty kicks are taken from a distance 11 metres away from the goal. The strongest shooters can kick at speeds of up to 112km/h. How many seconds will the ball take to reach the goal?
As RDKGames said: Just convert the unit km/h into m/s and divide by 11. And you will get your answer in seconds. **

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