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A moderate to brisk walking speed generally equates to _______ steps per minute.A. 80 b.100 c.120 d.150
A moderate to brisk walking speed generally equates to 100 steps per minute.
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User: A moderate to brisk walking speed generally equates to _______ steps per minute.A. 80 b.100 c.120 d.150

Weegy: B. 3 to 2. 3 to 2 ratio correctly compares 120 cm to 80 mm
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A moderate to brisk walking speed generally equates to 100 steps per minute.
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