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# The world record for the men's marathon is 2:03:38. If the distance is 42.195 km, what is the average velocity during the run? PLEASE SHOW WORK WILL GIVE BRAINIEST

18×1.06=19.08
19.08×1.2=22.90

22.90 Dollars

14

Step-by-step explanation:

muliply 2 times 6 then multiply that answer to 14 then divide that answer to 12

Large jar has best value for money

Step-by-step explanation:

Large jar: 440g for £1.54

The price per gram for the large jar will be:

= £1.54 / 440

= £0.0035

Small jar: 340g £1.26

The price per gram for the small jar will be:

= £1.26 / 340

= £0.0037

By considering the price per gram, the best value for money is the large jar as it's cheaper.

The large jar has the best value for the money.

Step-by-step explanation:

Hi, to answer this question we have to divide the price of each jar by the corresponding weight.

Large jar = 1.54 / 440 = £0.0035 per gram

Small jar = 1.26 /340 =£ 0.003705 per gram

Since 0.0035<0.003705

The large jar has the cheapest price per gram, so it has the best value for the money.

Feel free to ask for more if needed or if you did not understand something.

14

Step-by-step explanation:

multiply 2* 6= 12*14=168/12=14

108/3=36x16=576

Step-by-step explanation:

34

Step-by-step explanation:

16+7+11=34

i d k

Step-by-step explanation:

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Move the variable to one side by finding common denominator

1/4 - 7/10p = 1/20p

5/20 - 14/20p = 1/20p

+ 14/20p  +14/20p

5/20 = 15/20p

Simplify

1/4 = 3/4 p

multiply both sides by 4, then divide both sides by 3

1 = 3p

1/3 = p

Step-by-step explanation:

so, perimeter of any figure is sum of the sides:

so add all of the sides and u will get 34ft.

It is so easy. also try doing it urself❤️

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