Suppose richard walks 1 kilometer every 10 minutes. how many meters further can he walk in 1 hour at this new rate?

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Suppose richard walks 1 kilometer every 10 minutes. how many meters further can he walk in 1 hour at this new rate?

Simple, we know that Richard walks 1 kilometer which is equal to 10 minutes, 1 kilometer * 6 kilometer equals 6 kilometers and 10 minutes * 6 minutes equals 60 minutes,

Richard walks

1 kilometer : 10 minutes

That would mean

6 kilometers : 60 minutes

Hope that helps and correct me if I'm wrong!

This Problem Is Actually Quite Simple If You Look. There Are 60 Minutes In One Hour. A Proportional Relationship Will Help.

10 60

= ---

1 X

10X = 60.

10 10

X = 6.

Since X = 6, That Means Richard Can Walk 6 kilometers In One Hour. 😀

I Hope This Helps You!