# man rides a distance of 36 miles on his bicycle, while maintaining a rate of 12 miles per hour.?

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- 1 month ago
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- Land Rider JerryLv 61 month ago
All he has to do is look at his bicycle computer and it'll tell him exactly how far he traveled in a certain amount of time.

This isn't even a really good MATH question let alone a legitimate bicycle question. Perhaps English isn't your native language. Get an interpreter to help you post a question that actually makes sense and use the edit icon to move the question to the Science & Mathematics>>Mathematics section.

Source(s): Motorized Bicycle Owner and Builder. - ?Lv 71 month ago
How is this a cycling question? It's NOT! It's a MATH question. What if it were a man driving a car 50 miles at a rate of 30 mph? Would you ask in the automotive section? DUH!

It's a simple MATH problem you should've learned in the third grade! 36 miles divided by a rate of 12 mph = THREE HOURS. If you can't do that, there's a website to calculate speed, distance & time. http://www.machinehead-software.co.uk/bike/speed_d...