# How do you find the unit rate for a snail that can go 13 inches in 20 seconds?

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To find the unit rate for a snail that can go 13 inches in 20 seconds, divide the total distance by the total time:

[ \text{Unit rate} = \frac{13 \text{ inches}}{20 \text{ seconds}} = 0.65 \text{ inches/second} ]

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To find the unit rate for a snail that can go 13 inches in 20 seconds, divide the distance traveled by the time taken. So, the unit rate would be 13 inches divided by 20 seconds, which equals 0.65 inches per second.

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