Problem: Albert defines his own unit of length, the Albert, to be the distance Albert can throw a small rock. One Albert is 52 meters. If an object is travelling at 4.16 Alberts per hour, what is its speed in meter per second? How many square Alberts is one acre? (1 acre = 43,560 ft2 = 4050 m2)

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Albert defines his own unit of length, the Albert, to be the distance Albert can throw a small rock. One Albert is 52 meters. If an object is travelling at 4.16 Alberts per hour, what is its speed in meter per second? How many square Alberts is one acre? (1 acre = 43,560 ft2 = 4050 m2)

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