I bet your kids are getting excited about Spring Break. I saw this math problem and it made me think of vacationing on the high seas! On a certain day, the visibility at sea is 5 km. Boats A and B are 200 m apart and travelling in opposite directions, each at a diļ¬erent, constant speed. The two boats are in sight of one another for 15 minutes. If boat A is travelling at a constant speed of 8 km/h, how fast is boat B travelling, in km/h? You could probably get some cupcakes and pretend they are boats while you think about this one. And then you could eat the boats. Joe/Mr. Reid Question courtesy of the Centre for Education in Mathematics and Computing |

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