Machine Problem

Write a program that will compute the average speed of a car. The  cars travels at a speed of 20 miles per hour on a highway.

Calculate the total amount of time taken by the car to 

travel a distance of 100 miles.



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/* time_traveled.ts
   Jake Rodriguez Pomperada, MAED-IT, MIT
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   July 19, 2022 2:46 PM Tuesday
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*/
var distance = 100;
var speed = 20;

// Solving for time traveled of the car
var time_traveled = (distance/speed);

// Two decimal places here
var two_decimal =time_traveled.toFixed(2);

console.log();
console.log("Travel Time Solver in TypeScript\n");
console.log("Speed of the car : " + speed + "\n");
console.log("Distance Travel : " + distance + "\n");
console.log("The travel time of the car " +  two_decimal + " hour(s).\n");
console.log("End of Program\n");