A Plane Left On Time At Noon On Monday. It Arrived At Its Destination At 8:16 PM The Same Day, Which (2023)

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Answer 1

30 seconds i'm not that sure

Answer 2

8*60= 480 minutes
480/16 = 30

Is that the answer?

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