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25 June, 00:53

On a vacation trip to Canada you realize that the speed limit signs are in km/hour. Unfortunately, your speedometer only reads in mph. How fast are you allowed to go if the speed sign says 120 km/hr (rounded to the nearest tenth) ?

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  1. 25 June, 01:02
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    Answer: 74.6 miles per hour

    Step-by-step explanation:

    I mile per hour equals 1.609 kilometers per hour. The formula to solve the speed limit is to divide 120 by 1.609.

    120/1.609 = 74.6 miles per hour
  2. 25 June, 02:43
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    120 km is 74.56 miles so just round that
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