Posted by **Tammy** on Wednesday, September 12, 2007 at 4:36pm.

You are driving home on a weekend from school at 65mph for 130 miles. It then starts to snow and you slow to 45 mph. You arrive home after driving 4 hours. How far is your hometown from school?

First I found the time with d/v=t so 130/65= 2 hours

I used d= d_0 +vt

=130 +45(6)

=400 miles

I plugged in 6 hours for the time from adding 2 hours and 4 hours.

Is this correct?

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