Maliyah C.

asked • 29d# A train moves at a constant speed of 8 miles every six minutes fell in the table below to show how far the train travels according to different amounts of times

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## 1 Expert Answer

To calculate distance you have to use the formula D = R * T;

where **D** stands for distance, **R** stands for the (constant or average) rate of speed, and T stands for time.

For the question above, the train travelled = 8 * 6 = 48 miles. There's no table added to your question, but if you follow the formula you can figure out the other amount.

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Mark M.

No table to fill in!29d