Kelly H. answered • 03/30/19

Certified Teacher with Certification in Elementary Education (P-5)

They got the 1.2 minutes by taking the total number of minutes (6) and dividing them by the number of laps run (5). So 6 divided by 5 gives you the 1.2.

Taliyah T.

Whats the right one01/21/21

Taliyah T.

I rlly need help01/22/21

Adonaija A.

its not wrong it is right if you calculate it and if its wrong then maybe that is not the same question your being asked maybe your being asked "how many laps per minute is that"02/09/21

Lydia B.

that’s really helpful07/28/21

Lydia B.

thanks07/28/21

Shanequa W.

This question if used with the learn zillion or open up software has 3 parts to it. The answer does not match the question in the Big heading but it does match the question in the sub heading. Adonaija is correct in that if you are looking at the 1st part of the question minutes per lap is 1.2, the second part pals per minute is.83 and the last part of that question is if Lin runs 21 laps at the same rate, how long does it take her, its 25.2 (.83*21). A good trick is to look at the words in the problem. If the word minutes comes first, then put that in the calculator first, if laps comes before minute, then put laps into your calculator first. This was always trick for me when trying to find it using a table, but once a colleague told me to look at the words, it changed everything.11/05/21

Shanequa W.

Spellcheck pals=laps11/05/21

Ezra M.

what the laps per minute then..11/18/21

Sylas V.

kelly H sounds like my 5th grade teachers name, if its kelly henkle then uh cool12/03/21

Amber K.

thats the wrong answer :I11/21/20