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posted by Corrie .
A student is running through the halls of solon high school at a constant velocity of 4 m/s, so that he/she can be on time to science class. If the class is 25 meters away, will the student make it in 5 seconds?

No. 4 * 5 = 20 m

You should approach this problem by gathering all of the information that is relevant to answering the question. The question is:
Will the student make it to class in 5 seconds?
What is needed to answer this question?
Velocity of the student, and distance to the class room.
The velocity of the student is 4 meters/second which means that every second the student will travel exactly 4 meters.
The distance that the student has to travel is 25 meters.
So if the student travels 4 m/s for five seconds the distance will be:
D = 4 m/s * 5 s = 20 meters
So the answer is no the student will not make it to class in 5 seconds because they will have only traveled 20 meters. 
Thank you soooo much Jason!!
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