Question #a6c78

4 Answers
Feb 16, 2018

Answer:

See below...

Explanation:

We can link speed, distance and time with the following formula

distance = speed #*# time

Here, speed = #(100km)/(hr)#
Time = #6 hrs#

#therefore# distance = #100 * 6 = 600 km#

The units is #km# as the hour units would cancel.

Feb 16, 2018

Answer:

600km

Explanation:

#(100(km))/(hr)*6(hr)=600km #

Feb 16, 2018

Answer:

#600km#

Explanation:

We need to use the distance formula here, which is

#"distance"="speed"*"time"#

Here, the speed is #100km"/"h#, and the time is #6h#.

Assuming that you were driving at a constant speed, you would go

#"distance"=100km"/"cancelh*6cancelh=600km#

Feb 16, 2018

Answer:

You will go #"600 km"#.

Explanation:

#v=x/t#

#=> x=v*t#

#x ="100 km/hr" * "6 hr"#

#x = "600 km"#

Here

  • #v=# velocity
  • #t=# time
  • #x=# distance