# SOLUTION: George lives approx. 15 miles from work. He travels 35mph in is vehicle. Assuming that his speed remains constant how long will it take George to reach work?

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 Question 143443: George lives approx. 15 miles from work. He travels 35mph in is vehicle. Assuming that his speed remains constant how long will it take George to reach work?Answer by Earlsdon(6287)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Remember: d = rt or t = d/r where d = distance, r = rate (speed), and t = time. In your problem, d = 15 miles, r = 35 mph, and you need to find t. t = 15 miles/35 miles per hour. t = 0.43 hours Convert this to minutes by multiplying by 60 minutes per hour. t = 25.7 minutes.