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  1. karatechopper
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    yes??

  2. waheguru
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    Nadia lives 11.4 km from school and rides her bike to school every day. The equation d 5 11.4 2 0.6t represents the relationship between d, her distance from school in km, and t, her time spent travelling in minutes. If she leaves home at 8:05 a.m., what time will she get to school? a 8:11 a.m. b 8:16 a.m. c 8:17 a.m. d 8:24 a.m

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    I think your equation is: 11.4 =0.6t divide both sides by 0.6 t= 19 minutes 8:05 + 19= 8:24 answer d.

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