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Speed Distance Time for Dummies

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    it doesn't seem to come out exactly which is unusual.

    A = 1 1/14 hrs
    B = 1 2/14 hrs

    A + B = 2 3/14 hrs = 2 6/28
    T = 1 3/4 hrs = 1 21/28

    A + B + T = 1 27/28 hrs = 1 hrs 58 minutes (rounded)

    I think

    Although you are from the calculator generations fractions can be faster if you need to do it in your head sometimes
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    Would someone be kind enough to explain to me how the miles per minute method works when working out time? I have been using the fraction method but feel this might be a quicker way to working time questions out.

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