8th grade math

Hoshi walks 10 meters in 3 seconds.
A. What is her walking rate?
B. At this rate, how long does it take her to walk 100meters?
C. Suppose she walks this same rate for 50sec. How far does she walk?
D. Write an equation that represents the distance d that hoshi walks in t seconds.

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  1. 10/3 m/s

    ten times as long, 30 seconds

    50/30 * 100 = 500/3

    d = rate * time
    d = (10/3) t

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  2. Thank u; +)Damon

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  3. 10/3

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  4. jamals parent

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  5. this is so freaking helpful, thank you so much!

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  6. Damon is wrong on problem C.

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  7. It’s 166.66666

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  8. Hoshi walks 10 meters in 3 seconds.
    At this rate, how long does it take her to walk 100 meters

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  9. how long does it take to walk 100 mters

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  10. ion get it whats one is it 3 what is his walking rate

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  11. Yall wrong
    1. 3 seconds
    2. 30 seconds
    3. 15 meters
    4. d=rate x time

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  12. and I'm a sevi and yall 8 graders and don't know anything😂😂😂😂😂

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  13. "yall wrong" hahah

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  14. yall sucj

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  15. 👏👏👏nice job Jessica

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  16. And we’re at 7th grd

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  17. period jessica

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  18. thanks jessica luv you so much boo. miss you!

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