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While driving to the store, your vehicle traveled 30 miles. While you we traveling, your vehicle traveled at an average speed of 15 miles per hour due to traffic. How long did it take you to get to the store? Calculating Time
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  1. Hi Chashmere<3 . Let’s make this simpler if you had to travel 30 miles but could only travel 15 per hour. What do you think?

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    posted by Moo
  2. http://www.softschools.com/formulas/physics/distance_speed_time_formula/75/

  3. Maybe 2 hours?
    Could you help me with the formula as well?

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  4. Correct Cashmere!!:) How did you figure it out:)

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    posted by Moo
  5. 15 times 2 is 30. What about formula? What would be the formula?

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  6. What you just said, 15x2=30.

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    posted by Moo
  7. no...lol it should be something like miles/second, btw that's just an example.

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  8. I've got the answer...Miles/hour. Thanks anyway! I guess.

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  9. Sorry I wasn’t useful

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