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Does the arrangement of spacetime directly dictate rates like velocity?

For example, if it takes a man 10 minutes to run 2 kilometers, does that mean that there were 10 minutes of time and 2 kilometers of space between his starting and ending position?

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# Moving throuh Spacetime

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