# 9th Grade Math: Distance Help

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Distance is a numerical description of how far apart objects are.

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• Tons of video tutorials on distance make it easy for you to better understand the concept.
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Finding The Average Speed
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Speed Time Distance
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Distance Formula
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distance video clips for 9th grade math students.

# 9th Grade: Distance Word Problems

A cabin cruiser left a harbor and traveled
A cabin cruiser left a harbor and traveled to a small island at an average speed of 24 mph. On the return trip, the cabin cruiser traveled at an average speed of 16 mph. The total time of the trip 5 ...
Two cars leave from the same place
Two cars leave from the same place at the same time and travel in opposite directions. One car travels at 55 mph and the other at 75 ...
Gordon rode his bike
Gordon rode his bike at 15 mph to go get his car. He then drove back at 45 mph. If the entire trip took him 8 ...

distance homework help word problems for 9th grade math students.

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