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http://www.wpredsfsd.com Vous pouvez déboutonner le bouton du col si ses pointes promettent de ne pas s'échapper de votre pull ras du cou. Sous un pull col V, vous pouvez également ouvrir le bouton du col, voire un second si vraiment vous avez chaud, mais pas au-delà.Associé à un cardigan, vous pouvez vous permettre d'ouvrir jusqu'à deux boutons pour aérer la silhouette, l'encolure de la chemise faisant alors écho avec celle de la maille. Ajoutez à cela un blazer et vous atteignez le look business cool parfait pour l'automne-hiver. Sous le col rond, décidément bien plus moderne que le col V, la chemise ajoute un effet preppy. Le pull sera dans des couleurs riches comme le bleu de Prusse, le lie de vin ou encore le vert forêt. On évite les teintes pastels pour ne pas être confondu avec le papier peint.

uniform motion advanced math

Mike can run a mile in 6 minutes, and Dan can run the same mile in 9 minutes. If Mike gives Dan a head start of 1 minute, how far from the starting line will Mike pass Dan? What amount of time does it take Mike to catch Dan?

uniform motion advanced math

Two cars enter interstate 10 west at Siegen Lane at 8:00am, each heading for Texas. One car's average speed is 10 mph more than the other's. the faster car arrives in Beaumont at 11:00am, a half hour before the other. what was the average speed of each car and how far did they travel?

Uniform Motion Problem

A long-distance runner started on a course at an average speed of 8 mph. Half an hour later, a second runner began the same course at an average speed of 10 mph. How long after the second runner starts will the second runner overtake the first runner?

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Using the Distance Formula, D = RT where D is the distance, R is the rate of motion, and T is the time. Hence, Distance for runner 1 is D1 and distance for runner 2 is D2. Since the two runners are said to travel at the "same course", distance is equal; D1 = D2. So these are the derived equations: D1 = RT D1 = 8 (x + 1/2) D2 = RT D2 = 10 (x) ; since runner 2 travelled the least amount of time (since he started late) we call his T as x. Since D1 = D2 it gives; 8 (x + 1/2) = 10x Solving for X: 8x + 4 = 10x 4 = 10x - 8x 4 = 2x 2 = x Therefore, after 2 hours that the second runner starts, the second runner overtakes the first runner. CHECK: Distance of first runner: D1 = 8(x + 1/2) D1 = 8x + 4 D1 = 8(2)+4 D1 = 20 miles D2 = 10x D2 = 10(2) D2 = 20 miles This means that after 2 hours that the second runner starts, he will be on equal distance (20 miles) with the first runner. Since the second runner is running at a faster rate, he will start to overtake the first runner.

Finding the DOMAIN of a function

The domain of a function is one of the most interesting topics in Algebra that many students are confused of. It is always partnered with the "range" of the function.

Domain, simply put, is the set of all permissible values of X while the range are the permissible values of Y.

The process is actually looking for EXCEPTIONS in the possible values of X; which means, the domain of a function is the SET of ALL REAL numbers EXCEPT for the non-permissible values. Domain notation may vary on how the topic is tought, but the logic is the same.

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