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The men's world record for running a mile outdoors (as of 1999) is

3 min 43.13 s. At this rate, how long would it take to run a

6.00 km race? (1 mi = 1609 m)

Step 1

To determine the time taken to run the race, first convert the total distance in a race to miles and then use this value, run rate in world record to calculate the total run time.

We have total distance in a race is 6000m (6 km).

Step 2

Convert the distance in meters to miles u...

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