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ajp34

  • 2 years ago

A woman drove at an average speed of 50 miles/hour for 2 hours. Then, she stopped for 1 hour toe at lunch. Finally, she drove at an average speed of 40 miles/hour for 5 hours. How many miles did she drive all together?

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  1. Hunus
    • 2 years ago
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    She drove 50 miles/hour for 2 hours. \[\frac{50 mi}{hr}*2hr=100mi\] for the first part of the trip, then for the second part (after she stopped for lunch) \[\frac{40mi}{hr}*5hr=200mi\] thus, in all she drove 300 miles

  2. IsTim
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    Remember the Velocity formula! Distance= Speed*Time.

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