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Ha Ha Ha Ha. I am the evil math emporer Ganondorf. I have kidnapped the princess Zelda. Who can defeat me? No one.
I just had the worst dream ever. I dreamed that the evil math emperor Gandolf kidnapped the princess Zelda.
I'm going to go over to Zelda's house and check to see if she is ok.
In order to get to Zelda's castle, I must walk 2.5 miles. If I walk at a pace of 3 miles per hour, how long will it take me to get to the castle?
Hi. I'm Navi. I am your magical mathematical fairy. I can help you on your journey to find the princess.
In order to solve for the time that it takes to get to Zelda's house you need to consider the relationship between distance, time, and rate. The relationship is given as d=rt.
Since Distance is related to rate and time by the formula d=rt, I can substitute my rate and the distance traveled in order to solve for travel time.
Absolutely Link, distance was 2.5 miles and your rate was 3mph, therefore you can substitute and your equation becomes... 2.5=3t
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