I think we need to assume that the "entire trip taking 4 hours" does **not** include the 60 minutes at the airport. If it did, the actual time spent traveling would be 3 hours and even at 440 mph, she would not make it 1,360 miles.

So, assuming she spent 4 hours traveling (in the car or on the airplane), we proceed as follows:

Here, we will have a system of 2 equations with 2 unknowns.

Let t1 = time traveled from her home to the airport

Let t2 = time traveled from the airport to her destination

Using the formula Distance = Rate * Time, we get:

(40)t1 + (440)t2 = 1360

Since we know the entire trip took 4 hours, we get:

t1 + t2 = 4

Now we can solve for t2 and plug it back into the first equation:

t2 = 4 - t1

(40)t1 + (440)(4 - t1) = 1360

1760 - 400 t1 = 1360

t1 = 1

So the distance from her home to the airport is:

(40)(1) = **40 miles**

J.T.