(002) By using the equation, velocity = distance / time, we can find the time as follows:
40 km/h = 149km / time
Then by rearranging the equation,
Time = 149 km / 40 km/h
= 3. 725 hours = 3.7 hours (rounded up)
(003) Now we should again calculate the time using the new velocity as follows:
Time = 149 km / 59.9 km/h
= 2.5 hours
To calculate how much time is saved, we have to substract the initial time with the new time;
Therefore, Time saved = 3.7 h - 2.5 h
= 1.2 hours = 72 minutes.
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