Enrique and Taylor are 280 feet apart when they start walking toward one another. Taylor walks twice as fast as Enrique so whenever Enrique travels x feet, Taylor travels 2x feet. Let x represent the number of feet Enrique has traveled since he started walking toward Taylor.
Write an expression in terms of x to represent the total number of feet Enrique and Taylor have walked toward one another?
Write an expression in terms of x to represent the distance (in feet) between Enrique and Taylor?
Let dd represent the distance (in feet) between Enrique and Taylor. Write a formula that expresses dd in terms of x?
a. Enrique travels x feet, Taylor travels 2x feet.
Total = x+2x=3x feet
Answer(a): 3x feet
b. Total distance between them was 280 feet. They have walked 3x feet.
So,...
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