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V = s/t
360 = s/10
360 × 10 = s
3600 m = s
Therefore, the bullets fired in one round cover a distance of 3600 m OR 3.6 km
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Oh! I'm really sorry for that! I've taken the speed as 360 here, it should be 300!
I had figured it out like two days ago but thanks for ur hlp
Distance between Bullets:- 
300 metres per second 
10 bullets per second.. 

30 metres per bullet 

If the rate of fire is increased the distance between bullets will decrease

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