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1. How would I figure a question like this out?

If a plane is going at 260mph how long will it get to somewhere 200km away?
2. First you need to get them in the same measurements, either km/h or miles traveled

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3. 1.6km=1mile
Hence multiply 260 by 1.6=416kph
200/416x60=28.84 minutes or 29 minutes

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4. (Original post by missdiorxx)
How would I figure a question like this out?

If a plane is going at 260mph how long will it get to somewhere 200km away?
You need to get both of them into either miles or km/h. Then time = distance / speed. Hope this helps
Soph

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