Example of graphing equations, Mathematics

Example of Graphing Equations:

Example:

By using the above figure, find out the distance traveled if the average speed is 20 mph and the time traveled is 40 minutes.

The line labeled A in Figure connects 20 mph and 40 minutes.  It passes through 14.5 miles.

Therefore, the distance traveled is 14.5 miles.

Example:

By using the above figure, find out the time required to travel 31 miles at an average speed of 25 mph.

The line labeled B in Figure connects 31 miles and 25 mph. It passes through 70 minutes.

Therefore, the time required is 70 minutes.

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