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A amoeba travels 4.2*10^(-4) m in 30s. What is the speed in ms^(-1)? Give your answer in standard form

Equation:V(speed)= D(distance)/T(time)

 Jun 28, 2017
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A amoeba travels 4.2*10^(-4) m in 30s. What is the speed in ms^(-1)? Give your answer in standard form

 

Equation:V(speed)= D(distance)/T(time)

V =4.2*10^(-4) / 30 =0.000014 ms^-1 - Amoeba's speed in meters per second.

 Jun 30, 2017

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