You know your school bus stops at 2 minute intervals the first stop of the route begins at 6:20 AM everyday if your stop is the 18 stop when will the bus arrive for you?

gobeurzb 2022-09-19 Answered
You know your school bus stops at 2 minute intervals the first stop of the route begins at 6:20 AM everyday if your stop is the 18 stop when will the bus arrive for you?
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ruinsraidy4
Answered 2022-09-20 Author has 17 answers
Multiply 2 minutes by 18 stops to find the number of minutes it will take for the bus to start the route to get to stop 18.
2 × 18 = 36 minutes
To get the time, add 6 : 20 + 0 : 36 , giving you 6:56 am.

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