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how many hours does an state trooper work weekly


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He was trying to protect his mother from the state trooper. When he had came over the state trooper had shot him many times an beat him up. The following eight days he died.

A state trooper will have many tasks in a day. They may arrest speeders, investigate truck trafficking or handle car accidents. Most of their work will take place on the highways.

the average doctor works 12 hours

add all the hours up, then divide by however many hours there are and thats ur average

About 5 hours at 65 mph average About 5 hours at 55 mph average About 4 hours at 80 mph average

depends where your going in Florida ,but to the Florida state its usually 5 to 8 hours with an average speed of 65 mph

The exact amount of hours it will take to travel from the US to the UK will vary depending on the departure and arrival state. On average, it can take an estimated 9 hours to travel.

Mode average year is 365 days = 8760 hours Median average year is 365.5 days = 8772 hours Mean average year is approximately 365.2425 days = 8765.82 hours

The average teenager watches 28 hours per week.

Average surgeon works 60 or more hours a week.

The average person sleeps about 4-10 hours a night.

8 hours a day and 56 hours a week

1647 hours/year on average

The average is 38 hours a week

Florida is 3 hours ahead of Washington State

There are different requirements in each state. Some state require no college, while others require between 30-60 credits.

Minimum hours is 4 and a half, the average is about 6 hours

An average cow can spend around 8 to 10 hours a day eating.

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