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# suppose a bus travelling from toronto to ottawa at a speed of 88m/hour takes 3 1/4 hours. what is the distance between the two cities?

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- Anonymous4 years agoFavorite Answer
My friends will love to hear this one. I got a joke for you.

There is a blonde sleeping on a plane waiting for it to take off. A politician sits next to her, wakes her up and asks if she wants to play a game. she says sure. the politician says i'll ask you a question and if you can't answer it you give me five dollars, then you ask me a question and if i can't answere it i'll give you five hundred dollars. So the politician allows her to go first. She says "what goes up the hill on three legs and comes down on four." The politician thinks to himself and cant answer. meanwhile the blonde dozes off again. so the politician gets out his laptop and starts digging for the answer, but cant find it. he calls up some of his buddys but they don't know the answer either. about this time the blonde wakes up. The politician admits that he has been beaten and gives her five hundred dollars. just before getting off the flight he asks her "what does go up the hill on three legs and comes down on four." The blonde replies "I don't know, here's five dollars"

- ComoLv 74 years ago
Do you mean 88 mph ?????

D = 88 x 3¼ miles

D = 88 x 13 / 4 miles

D = 22 x 13 miles

D = 286 miles

- llafferLv 74 years ago
I presuming you either mean miles per hour or km per hour. Since what you wrote was meters per hour.

Either way, the math works out to be the same, it just will change the label at the end of the problem.

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- Anonymous4 years ago
a