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## A car that travels 20 miles in LaTeX: \frac{1}{2}1 2 hour at constant speed is traveling at the same speed as a car that travels 30 miles in

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A car that travels 20 miles in LaTeX: \frac{1}{2}1 2 hour at constant speed is traveling at the same speed as a car that travels 30 miles in LaTeX: \frac{3}{4}3 4 hour at a constant speed. Both cars go miles in LaTeX: \frac{1}{4}1 4of an hour (or 15 minutes). Both cars will travel miles in 1 hour.

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Answer:

10 miles per 1/4 hour

40 miles per hour

Step-by-step explanation:

Given that:

A car travels 20 miles in 1/2 hour

Miles traveled per hour :

(20 * 2) / 1 = 40 miles per hour

Mile traveled in 1/4 hour :

Distance = speed * time

Distance = 40 mph * 1/4 = 10 miles per 1/4 hour

Car traveling 30 miles in 3/4 hours

(30 * 4) /3 = 120 / 3 = 40 miles per hour

Distance = 40 mph * 1/4 = 10 miles per 1/4 hour