1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A Car Completes two laps of a 2.2 km racetrack is 98 seconds Find: A.) The Cars distance travelled (in km). 2. Relevant equations+3. The attempt at a solution I know that you have to multiply 2.2km by 2 laps but for my homework i have to show a formula and complete a full answer (what am i given) [something] = 2 [meaning laps] [something] = 2.2 km [tex]\Delta[/tex]d = ? (required formula) [tex]\Delta[/tex]d = [something]*[something] [tex]\Delta[/tex]d = 2 * 2.2 [tex]\Delta[/tex]d = 4.4 km (therefore statement) [therefore] the distance travelled by the runner would be 4.4 km I know what 2*2.2 is im not stupid but i don't know the correct formula to use and i don't know what symbols to fill in where the [somethings] are. Help?