B5. Analyze problem situations involving measurement concepts, select appropriate strategies, and use an organized approach to solve narrative and increasingly complex problems.

In simpler form: find strategies to solve simple problems that are so simple about kinds of measurements that can be used no matter how hard the problem is.

(MPH) stands for miles per hour.

If Dan is going to a party and the party is a 60 miles away. Dan wants to know how many minuets it a mile he must go?
If you said that he has to go 1 minuet a mile you are correct.

Solving (MPH) problems can be very easy to do. All you need is a little help. Today I will be helping you with (MPH) it’s actually very simple. If I am driving 6 MPH, in every hour how many miles do I drive?

Answer: If you said 6 miles, you are correct.

Let’s try another one.
If I am driving 20 MPH and my designation is 3 hours away how many miles do I travel in those 3 hours?

If you said, 60 miles you are correct.

Let’s do one and you COMMENT me the answer.

Garrett is riding his bike at a safe pace of 2 MPH from his school to his house, and his house is 6 miles away from the school. How long will it take for him to get home?


1) If Mark is going to work doesnt want to be late again. his office is 1 hour away and the speed limit is 20 MPH, so he wants to know how many miles he will drive in 30 minits?

2) if stacy is POWER WALKING at 5 MPH from her house to the park and the distance between them two is 15 miles, so how many hours will it it take for StAcY to walk to the park?