# Set up appropriate equations and solve the given stated problems. All numbers are accurate to at least two significant digits. An engineer travels from Aberdeen, Scotland, to the Montrose oil field in the North Sea on a ship that averages

Set up appropriate equations and solve the given stated problems. All numbers are accurate to at least two significant digits.

An engineer travels from Aberdeen, Scotland, to the Montrose oil field in the North Sea on a ship that averages 28 km/h. After spending 6.0 h at the field, the engineer returns to Aberdeen in a helicopter that averages 140 km/h. If the total trip takes 15.0 h, how far is the Montrose oil field from Aberdeen?

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**Authors:** Allyn J. Washington, Richard Evans

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**6**- Factoring and FractionsSection: Exercises 6.7

Problem: 62

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