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Hi could you help me solve this problem?
This is very simple; we are trying to find how many hours she rode in total today, so our formula is : Miles / miles per hour For example, if she rode 25 miles in the day, going at a constant speed of 12 we would divide 25 by 12 we would find out that she rode 2.1 hours. (2.08, but I estimated)
That means what you need to do is divide the miles by the mph earlier that day, and then add it up with the later of the day. Miles / mph + Miles / mph = hours
Do you get it? :)
So i would divide 24 by?
How many mph was she going when she rode 24? :)
time = distance / speed
So, so far we know that our equation is Miles / mph + 24 / 15 = hours
What is the other Miles / mph ?
Miles / 12 What is the "miles" ?
t = d/t t = 18/12 + 24/15
oops...t = d/s
Lol Times = distance / time :P
lol...way too many formulas in math to remember
I never payed attention to formulas as a kid o.o I always just did it logically in my head.... I would always studder when teacher asked to write out my work because I did it all mentally lol.
well...as long as you got the right answer...I don't think it really matters
Nope, they always yelled at me. o.o "BLAH BLAH BLAH" Like I copied off of someone else, even if I was the first one done. Lol... Elementary school logic.
Ashley are you there?
Did you find the answer? :)