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Q: A car travels from Boston to Hartford in 4 hours. The two cities are 240 kilometers apart. What was the average speed of the car during the trip? A. 36 km/hour B. 4 km/hour C. 960 km/hour D. 60
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User: A car travels from Boston to Hartford in 4 hours. The two cities are 240 kilometers apart. What was the average speed of the car during the trip? A. 36 km/hour B. 4 km/hour C. 960 km/hour D. 60 km/hour

Weegy: C. 60 km/hour
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