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## Homework Statement

A cyclist travels 26.7 km in 54 min 16 s. What is his average velocity in m/s?

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- Thread starter nerdemcee
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A cyclist travels 26.7 km in 54 min 16 s. What is his average velocity in m/s?

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The two pieces of information you have been given are the distance travelled by the cyclist and the time it took him to do so. Can you think of how you might use the given information to calculate what the problem is asking for? As a starting point, what is the

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average velocity = Displacement divided by time

so do i convert km into m and min into secs?

so do i convert km into m and min into secs?

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1 km = 1000 m and 1 min = 60 s

Change these into a form so that the kms and mins cancel out when you multiply them with the average velocity, and then you will get the answer in m/s.

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thank you :)

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