# prealgerbra

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how do you solve 45 min/2 mi=?h/1 mi

pre algerbra - drwls, Friday, January 6, 2012 at 11:44pm
If you go 2 miles in 3/4 hour, you go 1 mile in 3/8 hour (or 22.5 minutes). how do we show are work then

• prealgerbra -

one way would be just to solve the equation you give:

.75h/2mi = ?hr/1mi
? = .75/2*1 = .375

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