Question #105154

long-distance runner plans to participate in a 24-hourracein North Carolina. The route is shown in miles in the figurebelow.

Expert's answer

As per question,

It is referring some image, which distance is given in the miles.

The above question is referring some image, but it is not attached with the question. I am assuming that there may be we have to convert the distance in miles to meter.

So we know that 1 miles =1609.344 meter

So, distance in miles = "d\\times 1609.344 m"

If we have to find the speed, then there must be time given in the question,

"v=\\dfrac{d}{t}" by substituting the value of distance and time, we can calculate the speed.

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