6th math

posted by princessleaya

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????

1. Ms. Sue

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

2. princessleaya

multiply

3. Ms. Sue

550 miles in one hour
1100 miles in two hours

etc.

4. Ms. Sue

Yes, multiply.

5. princessleaya

time times rate =distance....

6. princessleaya

thank you!

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