Question 125848This question is from textbook Algebra Structure and Method
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Solving Problems Involving Inequalities
Randy walked at the rate of 5.2km/h in a straight path from his campsite to a ranch. He returned immediately on horseback at the rate of 7.8km/h. Upon his return, he found that he had been gone for no more than 3.5h. At most how far is it from his campsite to the ranch?This question is from textbook Algebra Structure and Method
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SEEING AS THE DISTANCES ARE THE SAME WE HAVE:
X=2.1 HOURS FOR THE GOING TRIP
3.5-2.1=1.4 HOURS FOR THE RETURN TRIP.
10.92=10.92 MILES FROM THE CAMP SITE TO THE RANCH.