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We have to create a program on the basis that if it takes 3hours to drive a distance of 150km.we have to show how to calculate the average speed I'm km/hour.

What I have tried:

I have not tried because I am unable to use python in which I need too do it
Updated 11-Dec-22 3:56am
Richard Deeming 14-Dec-22 7:13am    
Start by thinking about how you'd calculate the average speed manually on a piece of paper or a calculator.

Then turn those steps into code.

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CPallini 11-Dec-22 10:08am    
Satish Kumar 7 27-Dec-22 22:43pm    
It takes 3 hours to drive a distance of 192km on a motor way. Create
a program to calculate the average speed in km/h?
OriginalGriff 28-Dec-22 2:21am    
Oh come on!
If you can't work out how to write a program that is one line of simple code involving just one mathematical operator and a "print this" command in the language of your choice then you should give up your development course and learn the magic words: "Do you want fries with that?" - because a career in fast food is about the best you can expect.

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