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A guidebook describes the rate of climb of a mountain

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Problem 2DQ

A guidebook describes the rate of climb of a mountain trail as 120 meters per kilometer. How can you express this as a number with no units?

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Answer: Step 1: We can convert both the units into a single unit and then take the ratio of that value you will get the number with no units 120 meter/ 1000 meter ( because 1 Kilometer = 1000 meter) Ratio= 12/100

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