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HaI travel 6klm's in 6 mins how fast am i travelling at

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  • harry_bryce2 Mar 26, 2011

    Thank you Shane,

    This is for a speeding fine , from point A to point B a distance of 6 klm's with a time frame of 6min.

    At [point A ] I was doing 81 KPH in a 70 KPH zone @ 05:52pm at[point B ] I was doing 74 KPH in a 60 KPH zone @ 05:58pm.....ALLEDGED

    Does this further information make a difference to your original answer.

    If your in Australia this was in NSW A = Blandford and B = Murrurundi all on the New England Hwy.

    Outside the speed zones the speed limit is 100 KPH on the open Hwy.

    I was not speeding is the information supplied by the NSW government consistant with the facts I have given you, so , does the times match up with time speed and distance ?

    Cheers Harry Bryce


    I have put in my mobile number if you wish to call me [I don't know if thats allowed]



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You need to calculate speed? . Speed=Distance/Time. In your case distance 6km and time 6 mins.
So you are travelling in 1km/min. In standard format, you are travelling in 60km/hr. Your speed is 60km/hr or 16.66667m/s.

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