1. Browse to a website that calculates city distances, such as Geobytes (see Resources) 2. Enter the origin city and the destination city. In this example, our origin is Miami, and
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on the internet.
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1. Subtract the xcoordinate of the first point from the xcoordinate of the second point. For example, if you have coordinates of (1,3) and (6,15) subtract 1 from 6 to get 5. 2.
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1. Find the distance traveled. If the distance is not stated as a flat number, find it by using other variables in the problem, Example: A car is driven at 30 mph for three hours,
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