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Please pose a specific distance problem...
Such as...?

Distance divided by time=speed. Time times speed=Distance

MPH? Sorry- I mean miles.

Okay, moving on up...

Half an hour.

You got it.
Now, you can change the speeds of the objects and figure that out.

See where this is going?

Okay, thank you lots! I do indeed. I just never knew where to begin and how to set it up.

Let's say now that you drive at 20 MPH and the store moves toward you at 10 MPH. When will you meet?

Oh my... Would it be fifteen minutes?

try the distance formula that kandybabii gave above to confirm your answer.

hint: use it twice. Once for the store, and once for your car.

And so, once I get the 1/2hour for me and the 1hour for the van, what do I do with them?

Use the formula d/t = s
rearrange it to st = d
after 15 minutes, you see there's a gap still?

Or rather, adjust the time until the distances sum to 10.

Okay. Hmm.

I just don't understand...still. :/

20mph * x hours + 10mph * x hours = 10 miles

OHH. That helps!

With word problems, you have to peel the story away to be left with numbers and units.

And thank you for the video :)

You are right.

1/3 hours is 20 minutes.

So, you know how to do distance problems after all. Good Job!

Oh yay!