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The words farthest and furthest are commonly misused in written sentences as they sound similar to some. To give you an explanation when you need to use these words, here are their differences. Farthest is used when you are physically referring to distance. Sample sentences are: The farthest...Read More

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Further and farther are two words which might literally have the same meaning when you are talking about distance. When you look at the two words, the only difference you will first point out, is the fact that the second letter of the two words is not the same. Most times, people get confused...Read More

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2 hours. How can James take longer driving the hill even though he is driving 10 mph faster than going back up the hill? Also, the question should be changed to howlongdid he drive down the road, not how far. Or change the answer choices to be miles, not...Read More

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There are many factors to be considered to determine how long it will take to get to mars. Mars is the second closest to the earth after Venus. The distance between Earth and Mars is not constant. The mars is closer to the earth when the mars is at it closest to the sun and Earth at its...Read More

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There are 1.609344 kilometers in a mile. It is because as agreed internationally in 1959, length of one foot is defined as 30.48 cm in metric system and there are 5280 feet in 1 mile, that makes 30.48 5280 = 160934.4 centimeters in a mile. There are 100 000 (one hundred thousand) cm in o...Read More

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The metric system is used by almost every country in the world. There are only three countries that do not including the United States. The metric system uses a meters, liters and grams on a certain scale. Each step of the scale is a certain amount larger than the previous step. A kilometer is...Read More

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