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I will try to help you.

Please check this:

It is simple to change your treadmill so it reads MPH.

Treadmills are an easy and relatively inexpensive way of maintaining physical fitness. Most modern treadmills have a readout on their console that will track your speed over time in kilometers per hour or miles per hour. If your treadmill came with the wrong setting, it is possible to toggle between these two settings.

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At time 'T', the hat was at distance 'ONE MILE' from the starting point.
The speed of the boat was the MAXIMUM speed of the boat, MINUS the speed of the current.
At time 'T+5', the hat was being carried by the stream-current toward distance 'ZERO'.
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We can write as 90 = X * 40^2. ( X is a constant of proportionality) .

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