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Biking and jogging 2016-03-17
From alondra:
Ricky went on a bike ride. After 6 miles he got a flat tire and had to jog home. He jogs 3mph slower than he bikes, so the jog took 1 hour longer than the bike ride. At what rate did he travel each way?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Riding a mountain bike up and down a mountain 2015-12-02
From sam:
Michael, can climb a mountain at 2.5km/hr on his mountain bike. he descends the mountain at 5.5km/hr. he completes the whole circuit in 7 hours. how long is the trail to the top of the mountain?
Answered by Penny Nom.
The distance traveled on a bike 2009-08-28
From Dennis:
I would like to calculate the distance traveled on a bike based on the size of the tire and on the number of revolutions per minute. This is based on the rider traveling at a constant speed.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
The combintion of a bike lock 2007-07-01
From Tricia:
I have a bike lock that I know the numbers 3, 6, 8, & 9 are part of the combination, but I can't remember the order. What is the calculation to get all of the possible combinations.
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Bike combination lock 2006-07-16
From Alejandra:
I have a bike lock. It has three columns of the digets 1-9 and zero. I have forgotten the combination. Three numbers need to be imputed. What are the possible lock cominations, so that i can try to break the lock?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
 
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