# The cyclist traveled 33 km at a constant speed. How fast and how many hours did the cyclist ride?

To solve this problem, it is necessary to draw up equations for each of the questions. The general equation for finding the distance traveled is V * t = S, where V is speed, t is distance, S is distance. We know the distance – 33 km. Therefore, V * t = 33.
1) To find the speed, you need to transform the original equation.
V * t = S;
V = S / t; where S = 33 km.
V = 33 / t;
2) to find the time that the cyclist moved, we also transform the equation
V * t = S;
t = S / V; where S = 33 km.
t = 22 / V. substitute V.
t = 22 / (33 / t);
t ^ 2 = 22/33.
t = √ (2/3).
3) Substitute t.
V = 33 / √ (2/3).

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