A bus travels at an average speed of 32kph. It travels a distance of 56km from Liverpool to Manchester. How long does the journey take?

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Mark Mottian Profile
Mark Mottian answered
General Knowledge:  It is good to bear in mind the following equations:  Average Distance = Average Speed * Average Time  Average Speed = Average Distance / Average Speed  Average Speed = Average Distance / Average Time  The Problem:  A bus travels at an average speed of 32kph. It travels a distance of 56km from Liverpool to Manchester. How long does the journey take?  Use the formula: Time = Distance / Speed  Hence: 56/32 = 1.75 = 1 hour and (0.75 * 60) 45 minutes
John McCann Profile
John McCann answered
Distance = Rate * Time

or, in this case

Time = Distance/Rate

Time = 56 km/32 kph

Time = 1.75 hours
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