# SOLUTION: If traveling on a bicycle at 20mph for 12 miles what is the total time spent traveling, and what is the proper formula used to compute this?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Unit Conversion Word Problems Question 9397: If traveling on a bicycle at 20mph for 12 miles what is the total time spent traveling, and what is the proper formula used to compute this?Answer by AnlytcPhil(1278)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!```If traveling on a bicycle at 20mph for 12 miles what is the total time spent traveling, and what is the proper formula used to compute this? The proper formula is TIME = DISTANCE/RATE or T = D/R Substitute 12 miles for the distance D and 20mph for the rate R. You should get T = 3/5 of an hour, or 36 minutes. Edwin ```