# WILL MARK YOU BRAINLEST IF YOU ANSWER CORRECTLY:Steven and Anna start running from the school. Steven

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Step-by-step explanation:

An application of linear equations can be found in distance problems. When

solving distance problems we will use the relationship rt = d or rate (speed) times

time equals distance. For example, if a person were to travel 30 mph for 4 hours.

To find the total distance we would multiply rate times time or (30)(4) = 120.

This person travel a distance of 120 miles. The problems we will be solving here

will be a few more steps than described above. So to keep the information in the

problem organized we will use a table. An example of the basic structure of the

table is blow:

11.25 feet

Step-by-step explanation:

3*15=45;

45/4=11.25

An application of linear equations can be found in distance problems. When solving distance problems we will use the relationship rt = d or rate (speed) times time equals distance. For example, if a person were to travel 30 mph for 4 hours. To find the total distance we would multiply rate times time or (30)(4) = 120. This person travel a distance of 120 miles. The problems we will be solving here will be a few more steps than described above. So to keep the information in the problem organized we will use a table. The third column, distance, will always be filled in by multiplying the rate and time columns together. If we are given a total distance of both persons or trips we will put this information below the distance column. Two joggers start from opposite ends of an 8 mile course running towards each other. One jogger is running at a rate of 4 mph, and the other is running at a rate of 6 mph. After how long will the joggers meet? The basic table for the joggers, one and two. We are given the rates for each jogger. These are added to the table We only know they both start and end at the same time. We use the variable t for both times The distance column is filled in by multiplying rate by time. As the example illustrates, once the table is filled in, the equation to solve is very easy to find. This same process can be seen in the following example

Step-by-step explanation: Answers - Distance, Rate, and Time Problems

1) 1

1

3

2) 25 1

2

, 20 1

2

3) 3

4) 10

5) 30, 45

6) 3

7) 300

13

8) 10

9) 7

10) 30

11) 150

12) 360

13) 8

14) 10

15) 2

16) 3

17) 48

18) 600

19) 6

20) 120

21) 36

22) 2

23) 570

24) 24, 18

25) 300

26) 8, 16

27) 56

28) 95, 120

29) 180

30) 105, 130

31) 2:15 PM

32) 200

33) 1

3

34) 15

35) 27

4

36) 1

2

37) 3, 2

38) 90

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