Q: If a male was to run 100 meters in about 10 seconds Express this as a unit rate?

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Distance = Rate * Time Manipulated algebraically, Rate = Distance/Time Rate = 22.03 meters/3.8 seconds = 5.8 meters per second =================

Distance = Rate * Timeso,Rate(speed) = Distance/Time= 112 meters/4 seconds= 28 meters/second

3.50 meters

(450,000 meters) x (1 second/120 meters) = 3,750 seconds( 1hour 2minutes 30seconds )

Just divide the distance (in meters) by the time (in seconds).

The unit rate is how far something moves in ONE second. So in this case you divide by 28 (the number of seconds). 12/28=0.4285714285714286 meters a second.

distance = rate * time 1000 meters = 331 meters/second * x seconds x = 1000 / 331 So about 3 seconds.

about 6.2 meters/seconds

3 minutes = 3 * 60 = 180 seconds. 180 seconds * 6 meters/sec = 1080 meters.

To find the unit rate of 45.5 meters in 13 seconds divide 45.5 by 13

Yes, but it is customary to express it as 2 seconds per foot. The denominator - or second measure - usually takes the value 1 in a unit rate.

distance = rate * time rate = distance / time 1 kilometer = 1000 meters 4 hours and 48 minutes = 288 minutes * 60 seconds/minute = 17280 seconds 203 km * 1000 meters/km / 17280 seconds ~= 11.75 meters per second