Distance and Directions

May 1st, 2015
Sigchi4life
Category:
Algebra
Price: \$10 USD

Question description

1. A sedan will drive ten miles north, 15 miles east, 13 miles south, 15 miles west, and 22 miles north. The sedan gets 20 miles per gallon, and there are five gallons of gas left in the tank. Compute the relative distance and the total distance. Then decide if there is enough fuel for the trip.

2. Write two different scenarios that are similar to the one problems above. Compute the relative distance and the total distance, and then decide if there is enough fuel for the trip. Review the rubric to understand how the problems will be evaluated.

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