^^ he answered it in one post  thus proving the pointlessness of this thread.
Edit: outposted...but ur post works too. 

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Posting math problem on an anime site isn't really gonna help, but waddaya know... someone actually did solve it for you


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know what? Cr can be a good site for homework solutions since most of us spend most of our time here than on our books..


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ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks 



wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol 

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what do you mean? I think I give the explanations 

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Is that a middle school problem? >_______>




Look, leave it blank and go ask ur teacher for help. Or ask a friend! Or ask a teacher! Or call one of those boring math shows where u call in and ask a math question and they do it. Whats the point of wasting a thread on a math question??


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ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol yup!! that's really kool...again thnx =D 



wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol yup!! that's really kool...again thnx =D No it's just 4. The answer's always just 4 



Flourescent wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol yup!! that's really kool...again thnx =D No it's just 4. The answer's always just 4 lol, how can it be, remember upstream and downstream have different velocities? 

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ryokamemaniac wrote: Flourescent wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol yup!! that's really kool...again thnx =D No it's just 4. The answer's always just 4 lol, how can it be, remember upstream and downstream have different velocities? what's a velocity?? I just like the number 4.. 



^^ Flourescent... lol


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Flourescent wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: Flourescent wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: ryokamemaniac wrote: wildchild357 wrote: so i'm stuck in this math problem.....some of u guys may find it easy...but i seriously don't get it...so could u guys help me? thnx a lot!! =D the speed of a stream is 3 km/h. a boat travels 4 km upstream in the same time in takes to travel 10 km downstream. what is the speed of the boat in still water? could u show the steps too? thanks!!! let's assume v=velocity, s=distance and t=time v=s/t so t=s/v we know that the time traveling upstream is the same as downstream, so t1=t2 s1/v1=s2/v2 s1=4, s2=10 for velocity in downstream you add, since it's gonna be faster,and vice versa for upstream 4/v3 = 10/v+3 4v+12=10v30 6v=42 v=7 km/hr since v is the velocity of still water here.. hope it helps! thnx soo much!!! =D wheee ur the best!! thanks you're welcome... hope you get it on time... actually, you give us a new idea of having cr members solve each other's homework..lol yup!! that's really kool...again thnx =D No it's just 4. The answer's always just 4 lol, how can it be, remember upstream and downstream have different velocities? what's a velocity?? I just like the number 4.. Velocity is the change of distance over the change of time... It's kind of like speed EXCEPT it has a direction. Usually the units are meters/seconds. =] 

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