30 meter/per minute x 45 minutes = 1350 meters/ per minute
(that's IF he can keep going at that speed for 45 minutes).
An ant can move 1350 meters in 45 minutes.
The average velocity is defined as:
Where v is the velocity, d is the distance and t is the time
Then, d can be isolated from equation 1:
The velocity of the ant is 30 m/min (30 meters per minute). Which means that the ant can cover 30 meters in one minute.
Finally, equation 2 can be used.
Hence, an ant can move 1350 meters in 45 minutes.
By definition we have that the distance is given by:
Substituting values we have:
Therefore, the distance traveled is 1350 meters.
an ant could move in 45 minutes about:
From what I see, it's saying that every minute, the ant can move 30 meters. So how many meter would it move in 45 minutes?
30 meters = 1 min
x meters = 45 min
1 min x 45 = 45 min
30 meters x 45 = 1,350 meters
So, I believe the answer would be 1,350 meters.
hope this helps. :>