Math (Please help)

. Sarah wants to arrive at her friend’s wedding at
3:00. The distance from Sarah’s house to the wedding
is 95 miles. Based on usual traffic patterns, Sarah
predicts she can drive the first 15 miles at 60 miles per
hour, the next 10 miles at 30 miles per hour, and the
remainder of the drive at 70 miles per hour.
ⓐ How long will it take Sarah to drive the first 15 miles?
The answer is 15 minutes.
how do I set up the problem

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  1. is it the same as the other problem
    15t + 60t =95 miles

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  2. It is a silly trick question the way it is worded

    If you go at 60 mph, then you are going 1 mile per minute
    so to go the first 15 miles would take 15 minutes.
    No actual work needed for this.

    Surely there are other parts to the question.

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  3. yeah thanks.

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