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babyjay

  • 3 years ago

Can someone please explain the step for this I have no idea. the speed of the current in a river is 6 mph a ferry operator who works that part of the river is looking to buy a new boat for his business everyday his route takes him 22.5 miles against the current and back to his deck and he needs this trip in a total of 9 hours he has a boat in mind but he can only test it on a lake where there in no current how fast must the boat go on the lake in order for it to serve the ferry operators needs

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  1. tkhunny
    • 3 years ago
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    You still have to define your terms or you will never get it. Try this: A = Speed of the Boat in Still Water. You have the standard formula: Distance = Rate * Time. Describe the trip UP the river.

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