Cheetah

Cheetah elapse 150 m for 5 seconds, the eagle reaches speeds up to 230 km/h, dolphin swims 1.2 km per minute. Which animal is the fastest and slowest? The results write as meters per second (m/s).

Result

g =  30 m/s
o =  63.889 m/s
d =  20 m/s

Solution:

Solution in text g =
Solution in text o =
Solution in text d =







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