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That you driving on a straight route to a set destination and u can drive ant speed u stop few minu whe u?

That you driving on a straight route to a set destination and u can drive ant speed u stop few minu whe u? Topic: Homework minutes reviews
July 17, 2019 / By Flossie
Question: that you are driving on a straight route to a set destination, and you can drive at any speed you like. you stop for a few minutes but when you arrive at the halfway point, you discover that you have averaged only 20 miles per hour. so you decide to forego any more stops and drive fast enought to average 40 miles per hour for the entire trip. If you keep a steady speed, how fast should you drive?
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Dana Dana | 9 days ago
You should do your own homework. Also, you should review what you type before you hit "submit." Your question title makes no sense whatsoever. Practice your editing skills... being comprehensible will help you be taken more seriously both online and in real life.
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Dana Originally Answered: Which GPS supports multi-destination route creation?
The table in this link tells you which GPS units have multi-destination capability: http://www.gps-planet.com/cogpsun.html It is not complete but should give you a general idea - you can assume that more advanced/expensive units will tend to have this feature, and cheaper, more basic units won't. Unfortunately the table does not list TomTom. For you though, it doesn't matter since TomTom uses TeleAtlas. Garmin and Magellan use Navteq. When you search, keep in mind that there is basic multi-destination, which allows you to enter several addresses at once. Then there is multi-direction route optimization, which also figures the shortest way to go through all your addresses, but not necessarily in the order that you entered. I have not tried that and don't know how good it is. The Garmin nuvi 700 series offers this feature in case you are interested.
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Bobbi Bobbi
Well, you would have to drive at infinite speed to do this because at the amount of time you took to reach the half way point going 20 mph is exactly the amount of time taken to go the full distance at 40 mph. So you would have to cover the remain distance at such a high rate of speed that no time at all would transpire while you travel.
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Alana Alana
you should drive at 1 mph. this opens a hole in the space-time continuum and lets stephen hawking boost you towards you final waystation.
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Alana Originally Answered: Can you still drive on route 66?
Technically, no. Route 66 no longer exists, the route number was decommissioned. However, some portions still exist and are labeled "Historic US 66." Other portions have been neglected and are not passable. So, the old road does not exist from end to end, but there are still many sections of Historic 66 that you can drive on between Chicago and LA. This is fun because the old US Highways run through towns, not around them like the Interstates. You really see America like that. Start some research: http://www.historic66.com/ No, you do not need an old car. It's a road like any other, there are no regulations restricting you to "old cars" or anything like that. That said, taking the old one could be fun, but make sure it's reliable, as there are desert sections.

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