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Height measures the vertical distance of an objects by determining how tall it is. On the other hand, a distance is the numerical measurement of how far apart an object or objects are. Although the two terms can be confusing...

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    What's the other term for altitude?

A quiz to test students' ability to analyze and solve problems on motion which includes concepts of distance, rate or speed, and time.

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    Two people started from the same point at the same time and traveled in opposite directions. One traveled at 60 mph and the other at 40 mph. How long will it take before the two people are 500 miles apart?

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    A flight request is considered long distance when patient loaded miles exceed

§Rating of the trustworthiness of a routing information source. §How reliable is the source of the routing information? §Range between 0-255 §The lower the AD value the reliable is the source.BGP and IS-IS...

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Distance Questions & Answers

What is the difference between Farthest and Furthest?
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 di
What is the difference between Further and Farther?
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 no
How far did he drive down the road before he turned around and drove back if his trip took 5 hours? James drove his car down a mountain road at an average rate of 30 mph and returned over the same...
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,
What is the speed of train B if train A is moving at 45 km/hr? Two trains A and B, start from stations X and Y towards each other. They take 4 hours 48 minutes and 3 hours 20 minutes to reach...
54 kmphLet the speed of train A be SA = 45 kmph and that of train B be SB Then, time taken by train A = TA = 4 hours 48 minutes = 4 + 48/60 = 24/5 Time taken by train B = TB = 3 hours 20 minutes = 3 1/3 hours = 10/3 hours Using formula SA/
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