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PART III: REVIEW FOR THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION
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the apparatus in 20 minutes How long would Clay need to wash the re apparatus by himself
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Note: Use the formula W (Work done) = r (rate) t (time) Basic-level work problems usually have W equal to 1
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Therefore W W __ W= r t and _r = t ___ = r t Let W = 1 (job of washing the re apparatus) 1 ___ = rate at which Randy performs the work 60 1 ___ = rate at which both Randy and Clay perform the work 20 1 __ = rate at which Clay performs the work t Therefore 60 t 20 1 1 1 (60t) ___ + (60t) _t_ = (60t) ___ 20 60 t + 60 = 3t 60 = 2t 30 = t number of minutes Clay needs to wash the re apparatus by himself 1 1 1 ___ + __ = ___ nd LCD = 60t multiply each term by LCD (60t) bring the variable over to one side of the equation
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When we look at the relationship between distance (d), rate (r), and time (t), we can use the formula: d = r t to nd the answer not only for distance but for rate of speed and time as well d d __ = r; __ = t d=rt and r t
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Note: If in a word problem, parts of the trip are at different rates of speed, then to nd the total time or total distance you must separate the parts of the trip
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Example: A plane can y at a rate of 400 miles per hour (mph) from point A to point B, a distance of 1600 miles A high-speed train, however, makes the same trip back from point B to point A at a rate of speed of 160 mph How many hours was the whole trip to and from points A and B (d) (t) = ___ (r) (t) going = 1600 miles 400 mph = 4 hours (t) returning = 1600 miles 160mph = 10 hours Total (t) of whole trip = 14 hours Example: A man can walk 4 mph in a still wind When a favorable wind is at his back he can walk 15 miles in 3 hours How fast is the wind
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Note: Use the formula: d = r t
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(r) = wind speed (r + 4) = speed walking with wind at his back 15 miles = (r + 4) (3hours) = 3r + 12 15 = 3r + 12 3 = 3r 1 mph = r Example: An automobile travels through an intersection going north at 30 mph Ten minutes later, a second automobile passes through the same intersection traveling in the same direction going 60 mph How long will it take for the second automobile to overtake the rst automobile
Note: Use the formula: d = r t
(10 minutes) Let the rst automobile = (30 mph) ___________ 10 minute head start (60 minutes) at 30 mph 1 (30) __ = 5 miles traveled prior to second automobile 6 reaching same intersection The second automobile is gaining at a rate of 60 mph 30 mph = 30 mph How long (t) will the second automobile gaining at a rate (r) of 30 mph take to cover the (d) 5 mile head start of the rst automobile d=r t 5 = 30 (t) Divide both sides of the equation by 30 1 __ = t 6 1 of an hour = 10 minutes = t = time required for the second automobile __ 6 to overtake the rst automobile Example: Two trains pass in the night One train is traveling west at 60 mph while the second train is going east at 80 mph When will the trains be 420 miles apart
Note: Use the formula: d = r t Note: When objects are moving in opposite directions, regardless of whether the objects are moving towards each other or away from each other, the rate at which the distance between them is changing is the sum of their individual rates
Therefore: 60 mph + 80 mph = 140 mph Let t = number of hours the trains will travel after passing each other 420 miles = 140 mph t 420 miles _________ = t divide by 140 on both sides of the equation to isolate 140 mph the variable
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