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In the 2000 Olympics, Michael Johnson ran the 400-meter dash in 43.84 seconds. To the nearest hundredth, what was his speed in meters per second? A. 9.12 meters per second B. 10.96 meters
per second C. 1.09 meters per second D. 91.24 meters per second
A. 9.12 meters per second
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