# Question #a6c78

Feb 16, 2018

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#### Explanation:

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

distance = speed $\cdot$ time

Here, speed = $\frac{100 k m}{h r}$
Time = $6 h r s$

$\therefore$ distance = $100 \cdot 6 = 600 k m$

The units is $k m$ as the hour units would cancel.

Feb 16, 2018

600km

#### Explanation:

$\frac{100 \left(k m\right)}{h r} \cdot 6 \left(h r\right) = 600 k m$

Feb 16, 2018

$600 k m$

#### Explanation:

We need to use the distance formula here, which is

$\text{distance"="speed"*"time}$

Here, the speed is $100 k m \text{/} h$, and the time is $6 h$.

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

$\text{distance"=100km"/} \cancel{h} \cdot 6 \cancel{h} = 600 k m$

Feb 16, 2018

You will go $\text{600 km}$.

#### Explanation:

$v = \frac{x}{t}$

$\implies x = v \cdot t$

$x = \text{100 km/hr" * "6 hr}$

$x = \text{600 km}$

Here

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