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2 November, 04:46

The equation d=3t represents the relationship between the distance (d) in inches that a snail is from a certain rock and the time (t) in minutes. How many minutes does it take the snail to get 9 inches from the rock?

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  1. 2 November, 06:00
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    3 minutes

    Step-by-step explanation:

    d=3t is our formula.

    d being the distance (9 inches for this problem)

    t is the time in minutes

    Substituting our known information would make our equation look like:

    9 = 3t

    to solve for t we divide both sides of the equation by 3

    9/3 = 3t/3

    3 = t

    So if a snail travels 3 inches per minute, it will have traveled 9 inches in 3 minutes.
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