Maria's bathtub contains 60 gallons of water. She drains the tub at a rate of 12 gallons a minute. Write an equation to represent the number of gallons(g) remaining in the tub after(m)minutes. How...
Maria's bathtub contains 60 gallons of water. She drains the tub at a rate of 12 gallons a minute. Write an equation to represent the number of gallons(g) remaining in the tub after(m)minutes. How long will it take her to drain the tub at this rate?
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Volume of bath tub in gallons (V) = 60
Rate of draining water in gallons per minute (R) = 12
When time t = t min
Volume of water drained out in gallons = R*t
Volume of water drained out in gallons = 12t
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