This is the third part of the Motion Word Problem Series, a subseries of the Mathematics Word Problem Solving Series. The first part discusses about the basic concepts of rate, time, and distance. The second part discusses objects traveling in opposite direction and objects traveling toward each other.
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This is the second part of the Solving Motion Problems Series, a part of the Math Word Problem Solving Series. In the first part, we have learned that , where is the distance traveled by an object, is the rate, and is the time.
In this post, we discuss the two common types of motion problems: two objects traveling to opposite directions and two objects traveling toward each other. » Read more
This is the third topic the the Math Word Problems Solving Series. In this series, we are going to learn about motion problems — problems about distance, rate, and time.
In motion problems, a car traveling 70 kilometers per hour is mostly assumed to be traveling at a constant speed. Of course, this is not true in the real world. In reality, we can think of 70 kilometers per hour as the average speed of the car.
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