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Asked by Myp.Phe Edify · 2 years ago

A train travels 700 km in 35 secs. What will the speed be meters per second?

Let’s find what is the speed of the train in km per second: Speed = 700/35 = 20 km/sec Now to change from km/sec to m/sec multiply by 1000 Therefore; the speed will be 20*1000=20000 m/sec

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