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###### IT TAKES YOU 10 MINS AND 30 SECS TO WALK AROUND ATRIANGULAR. THE PARK IS AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE WHOSE SIDE IS 0.50KM. YOU END UP EXACTLY THE SAME PLACE THAT YOUSTARTED. A. WHAT IS YOUR DISPLACEMENT?B. WHAT WAS YOU DISTANCE TRAVELLED?C. WHAT WAS YOU AVERAGE VELOCITY?D. WHAT WAS YOU AVERAGE SPEED?

IT TAKES YOU 10 MINS AND 30 SECS TO WALK AROUND A TRIANGULAR. THE PARK IS AN EQUILATERAL TRIANGLE WHOSE SIDE IS 0.50 KM. YOU END UP EXACTLY THE SAME PLACE THAT YOU STARTED. A. WHAT IS YOUR DISPLACEMENT? B. WHAT WAS YOU DISTANCE TRAVELLED? C. WHAT WAS YOU AVERAGE VELOCITY? D. WHAT WAS YOU AVERAGE SPEED?

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