(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); If a trip takes 2.8 h at an average speed of 100 km/h, how much time will be saved if the speed is increased by 10km/h?

So this is what I tried to do:

2.8 = x

100 110

100x = 2.8(110)

100x = 308

x = 3.08

3.08 h - 2.8 h

=0.28 h

I came to the conclusion that the amount of time that will be saved is 0.28 h.

Can anyone tell me if this is right or if there's another way of doing this, for example using a Kinematics equation?

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# Kinematics-Based Question

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