# Word Problems Involving Time, Distance & Velocity

Instructions:

question 1 of 3

### Calculate the time it takes to drive 30 miles if you are driving at 0.6 miles per minute.

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### 2. If you walked 5 meters west and then 3 meters east, and it took you 120 minutes, calculate your velocity.

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Through a series of word problems, we'll quiz you about things like units of velocity, the distance formula, and the role of time.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

• Calculating for time
• Solving a distance problem
• Velocity's calculation
• The proper formula for solving distance
• Units that correctly represent velocity

## Skills Practiced

• Problem solving - use acquired knowledge to solve velocity, time, and distance word problems
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained about the relationship between time, distance, and velocity
• Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson dealing with solving for distance, time, and velocity