Posted by **jasmine20** on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 5:42pm.

can someone just set up the equations for me for this problem. thanks...

Problem #1

A plane took 1 hour longer to travel 560 miles on the first portion of a flight than it took to fly 480 miles on the second portion. If the speed was the same for each portion, what was the flying time for the second part of the trip?

Problem #2

During rush hour, Bill can drive 15 miles using the side roads in the same time that it takes to travel 10 miles on the freeway. If Bill's rate on the side roads is 8 mi/h faster than his rate on the freeway, find his rate on the side roads

1.640

2.34

i do not want the answers only equations

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