Solving Distance Problems  Practice
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Remember...we use the Distance Formula, and it's two variations, to solve for distance, rate or time.

Distance = Rate X Time

Rate = Distance/Time

Time = Distance/Rate


Bob took a 7 hour bicycle trip.  In all, he traveled 112 miles.  What was his average rate of speed in miles per hour?
 

 
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Sally traveled from Albany to Syracuse on Saturday.  The trip took 3.5 hours and she traveled at an average rate of 62 mph.  How many miles did Sally travel?
 


 

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Mary and Jim decided to travel to Europe one summer.  The jet flew at an average rate of 550 mph and covered 3437.5 miles.  How long did the flight take?
 

 


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A train left New York at 10:00 a.m. and arrived in Washington D.C. at 1:45 p.m..  If the distance between the 2 cities is 225 miles, what was the average rate of speed of the train?
 





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A man drove 45 mph for 3 hours, and then 60 mph for another 2.5 hours. What was the total distance the man traveled?
 


 

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