anonymous
  • anonymous
on may 5, there are 14h 4 min of daylight in denver colorado. the amount of daylight goes up by about 2 min each day. on what day in may should there be 14h 36 min of daylight in denver?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
anybody at all?
Mertsj
  • Mertsj
Well, if the daylight goes up from 4 min to 36 min that is an increase of 32 min of daylight. This happens at the rate of 2 minutes per day. So wouldn't you agree that it would take 16 days for this to happen? And what is 16 days after May 5? Wouldn't that be May 21?

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