# You know your school bus stops at 2 minute intervals the first stop of the route begins at 6:20 AM everyday if your stop is the 18 stop when will the bus arrive for you?

Feb 26, 2018

$\text{6:56 am}$

#### Explanation:

Multiply $2$ minutes by $18$ stops to find the number of minutes it will take for the bus to start the route to get to stop $18$.

$2 \times 18 = 36$ minutes

To get the time, add $6 : 20 + 0 : 36$, giving you $\text{6:56 am}$.

Feb 26, 2018

$6 : 56 A M$

#### Explanation:

Actually this is not a true model. It does not allow for entry or exit time onto or off the bus. For this to work it implies that there is 0 time allowed for getting onto the bus.

2 minute intervals gives a total time of $2 \times 18 = 36$ minutes to arrive at your stop.

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$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\text{ddddddddddddddd")6color(white)("dddddd}} 20$
Time to the stopul(color(white)("dddddddddd")36 larr" Add")
$\textcolor{w h i t e}{\text{ddddddddddddddd")6color(white)("dddddd}} 56$

As the 56 minutes is less than 1 hour we have nothing to carry over into the hours. Thus the time of arrival is: $6 : 56 A M$ 