anonymous
  • anonymous
The elevator in a skyscraper goes from the top floor down to the lowest level of the underground parking garage. If the building is 320 feet tall and the elevator descends 360 feet from top to bottom, how far underground does the parking garage go? a.)670 feet b.)30 feet c.)40 feet d.)680 feet
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  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
This might be easier to visualize if you draw a picture of what is going on. The building is 320 feet tall, meaning that the elevator travels 320 feet inside of the building. If the total distance it travels is 360 feet, then you simply subtract the known distance from the total distance. 360 feet - 320 feet = 40 feet
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks for makinq me understand this probLem ! : )
anonymous
  • anonymous
------------------------- top of building 320 feet high ------------------------- first floor on ground level ------------------------ Parking garage x feet below ground level

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anonymous
  • anonymous
yeah, no problem

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