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Physics
, 02.08.2022 10:28

Answered by an experienced expert max.murder22

**Answer**

We just need to split it up 39 / 13 = 13 metres per second. it‘s approximately 46,8 km/h or 29,08 miles/h

v = S/t

13 metres per second

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