Chemistry: Atoms First (2nd Edition)

Published by Cengage Learning
ISBN 10: 1305079248
ISBN 13: 978-1-30507-924-3

Chapter Review - Exercises - Page 27d: 39


Yes, it violates the speed limit.

Work Step by Step

Converting 65 km/h to mi/h, $\frac{65 km}{h}\times\frac{1 mi}{1.609km}$ = 40.40 mi/h 40.40 mi/h is more than the speed limit ( 40 mi/h). You probably would not get pulled over for going that speed though.
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