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Week 3 Word Problem
You live 15 blocks (3/4 of a mile) from RACC. Your car is in for service so you decide to walk to class. Walking at a speed of 4 miles per hour, what is the latest time you can leave your home to be on time for your 10:00 am class in Berks Hall?
1) Estimate whether it will take you more or less than an hour?
2) Could you use conversion fractions? Which one(s)?


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    Week 3 Word Problem


    You live 15 blocks (3/4 of a mile) from RACC. Your car is in for service so you decide to walk to class. Walking at a speed of 4 miles per hour, what is the latest time you can leave your home to be on time for your 10:00 am class in Berks Hall?
    1) Estimate whether it will take you more or less than an hour?
    2) Could you use conversion fractions? Which one(s)?


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    You live 15 blocks (3/4 of a mile) from RACC. Your car is in for service so you decide to walk to class. Walking at a speed of 4 miles per hour, what is the latest time you can leave your home to be on time for your 10:00 am class in Berks Hall?
    1) Estimate whether it will take you more or less than an hour?
    2) Could you use conversion fractions? Which one(s)?


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