# Question

The interstate distance between two cities is 150 km.

(a) If you drive the distance at the legal speed limit of 65 mi/h, how long would the trip take?

(b) Suppose on the return trip you pushed it up to 80 mi/h (and didn’t get caught). How much time would you save?

(a) If you drive the distance at the legal speed limit of 65 mi/h, how long would the trip take?

(b) Suppose on the return trip you pushed it up to 80 mi/h (and didn’t get caught). How much time would you save?

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