anonymous
  • anonymous
Jack and Jill wanted to meet in Lansing to watch the Mi state basketball game. Jack was comin from flint and jill from grand rapids. Jaxk drove at an averad speed of 6o mph while Jill drove at an avrage speed at 70 mph. How long will it to take Jack get to lansin if he is 40 miles away?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
40miles/60mph = 2/3 hours?
anonymous
  • anonymous
right that's what I thought but 40/60 is not 2/3 of n hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes it is

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anonymous
  • anonymous
confuseed? 1 seeec.
anonymous
  • anonymous
40/60 = 2/3
anonymous
  • anonymous
I got 0.6666666
anonymous
  • anonymous
O dummbyy(me) Im reduciinng Im sooo dummb thankkss botthh :)
anonymous
  • anonymous
=D
anonymous
  • anonymous
np
anonymous
  • anonymous
1 more questiion How long would it take jill to get to lasin if she is 105 miles away
anonymous
  • anonymous
105/70
anonymous
  • anonymous
Needhelps, do you know how dividing units work? It'll be really helpful for these types of problems. E.g. miles/ (miles/hour) = hour
anonymous
  • anonymous
1 hour 30 min?
anonymous
  • anonymous
I queess but I'm pretty solid on dividing I'm just confused..
anonymous
  • anonymous
ah, that's why you should check units!
anonymous
  • anonymous
okkay/

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