anonymous
  • anonymous
What time do Peter and Jane set out respectively. See the graph attached.
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anonymous
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Mertsj
  • Mertsj
Peter: 12:25 Jane: 3:25
anonymous
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how did you work that out??

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anonymous
  • anonymous
my text gives the answer 12:30 and 3:30
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what units are the ten squares in between the actual hourly times
anonymous
  • anonymous
12:30 and 3:30 the line crosses the x-axis right in between 12 and 1 going through the fifth narrow line from 12. Each line indicates 6 minutes. 5 lines from the left means 30 minutes. Same goes for the second one.
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so each small square=6 as 6*10 =60??

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