CHAPTER 2 WORD *PROBLEMS* But this is the first year in which tickets prices have been reduced for the younger children, so you really don't know how many child tickets and how many adult tickets you can expect to sell. Problem *Solving*. Now that you know how to translate English to math, it's time to use our knowledge of *solving*. some fact or relationship *involving* your *variables*. To solve word *problems* *involving* uniform *motion*, we need to know that.

Distance" Word **Problems** More This makes sense, if you think about it: even if you cut the engine, the boat would still be moving, because the water would be carrying it downstream. Demonstrates how to set up 'distance' *problems* using 'distance equals rate. *Two* cyclists start at the same time from opposite ends of a course that is 45 miles long. A boat travels for three hours with a current of 3 mph and then returns the. Solve for the time t, and then back-solve for the distance d by plugging t into.

Linear Systems Word *Problems* Sometimes they try to trick you by using the wrong units, and you have to catch this and convert to the correct units." for both trains? For __solving__ systems we can set up our word __problems__ with __two__ __variables__. Use substitution or elimination to solve SHOW WORK. d. B. Mixture __Problems__.

Solving motion problems involving two variables:

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