Question #8622a

Oct 4, 2017

It will take 4 and a half hour to walk to the Beach, if Laguna Beach is 16 km away and you can walk 3.55 km/h.

Explanation:

1.) What is given?

Given that:
a) Distance $s$ =$16 k m$ and
b) Speed $v$ = $3.55 \frac{k m}{h}$

2.) Formula- $S p e e d$ = $\setminus \frac{\mathrm{di} s \tan c e}{t i m e}$

$v = \frac{s}{t}$

Therefore we can find time required as:

$t i m e =$ distance$/$ speed

$t = \frac{s}{v}$

3.) Work-

$t = \frac{16}{3.55} \setminus \frac{\cancel{k m}}{\setminus \frac{\cancel{k m}}{h}}$

$t = \frac{16}{3.55} h$ = $4.507 h$ $\approx$ 4 hours and 30 minutes.

i.e. approximately 4 and half hours.

4.) Answer - It will take 4 and a half hour to walk to the Beach, if Laguna Beach is 16 km away and you can walk 3.55 km/h.