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It took 3.5 hours for an airplane traveling at a constant speed of 550 miles per hour to reach its destination. What distance did the airplane travel until it reached its destination?
What????

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    You have two numbers. Do you think you should
    add?
    subtract?
    multiply?
    divide?

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    multiply

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    550 miles in one hour
    1100 miles in two hours

    etc.

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    Yes, multiply.

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    time times rate =distance....

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    thank you!

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