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Homework Help: Math word problem

Posted by Marko on Tuesday, February 28, 2012 at 8:01pm.

You participate. In a 50 mi walk You walk 40% of the distance the first day. And 1/3 of the remaining distance on the second day. Bohr. Many more miles do you have to walk? Explain
I got : need 13.33 mi more to walk
20 miles
1/3 = 16.67 mi
Total. 36.67
50
-36.67
Difference 13.33 miles

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