Well, 4 hours and 20 minutes can be written as 4.33 hours. So
I have played with distance questions in terms of seeking for the rate and/or time but never with questions where the actual distance is missing. I am not talking about "Jerry drove 50 miles at 55 miles per hour. Find the distance." That is too simple. The question concerning Powell is tricky because of the wording. Do you agree?
Apr 12th 2009, 11:37 AM
Originally Posted by stapel
To learn the basic methodology for this sort of exercise, try here. (Wink)
Once you've learned the background material, look this over: