## THIS USER ASKED ðŸ‘‡

**Jeremiah is driving from pensacola to jacksonville. the graph shows his distance from jacksonville. 36 e 320 28 240 20 160 120 40 time (in hours) what is jeremiah’s average speed (in miles per hour) during the interval in which he is traveling the fastest? round your answer to the nearest whole number.**

## THIS IS THE BEST ANSWER ðŸ‘‡

Velocity is the change in position divided by time.

There are four intervals in which the speed is uniform:

1) from 0 to 0,5 hours

2) from 0,5 hours to 3 hours

3) from 3 to 4 hours

4) from 4 to 7 hours

We are asked to state the average speed during the interval in which J. is traveling the fastest.

That is where there is more bias, and that happens in the last interval. Velocity is a change in position / time =

(200 -0) miles / 3 hours = 67 mph.

If you are not sure if this is the fastest speed, you can calculate the speed in the other intervals in the same way and compare.

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