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"your friends in San Diego send you a text asking when you actually plan to arrive in San Diego. If you leave at 9am and take two 20 min breaks to enjoy the scenic beauty has to offer. What time(12 hour clock time) will you actually arrive at your destination driving at an average speed of 55mph?"

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- anonymous

I started with the ratio 55mile/1hr = 460miles/xhours and solved for x.... is that right?

- anonymous

what's the distance from strating point to San Diego?

- anonymous

460miles

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- anonymous

is the average given in miles per hour or meter per hour?

- anonymous

miles

- anonymous

use the formula speed=distance/time
given the speed 55mph and distance 460 miles, you can find t or time. .

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lizzy's formula will work fine, it yields the same answer.

- anonymous

yes that is what i did, 55miles/1hour = 460miles/xhours

- anonymous

nice lizz

- anonymous

i get 8.364....hours...what do the decimals convert to?

- anonymous

what is .364 of an hour?

- anonymous

.364 x 60 minutes to yield the decimal in minutes

- anonymous

yay! thanks so much! i knew i had to do something with 60, i was dividing it though. i got so confused lol

- anonymous

lol. tnx for the medal. .

- anonymous

no prob! you deserve it(:

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