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anonymous

  • one year ago

A cowboy rode his horse 45 miles at 15 and then rode another 35 miles at 10 . How long did the ride last? 6 h 6.5 h 60 h 65 h

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  1. anonymous
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    I'm assuming when you say 15 and 10 you mean in mph?

  2. anonymous
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    think about it you have miles and miles per hour

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    those are the two parts of the trip and together they equal the total time of the trip

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