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# William cycles at a sped of 15 miles per hour. he cycles 12 miles from home to school. if he increases his cycling speed ny 5 miles per hour how much faster will he arrive his school

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he would arrive 0.2 miles faster.

Step-by-step explanation:

Distance = speed × time

Time = distance/speed

William cycles at a sped of 15 miles per hour. He cycles 12 miles from home to school. This means that the time it takes William to get to school from home would be

12/15 = 0.8 hours

If he increases his cycling speed by 5 miles per hour, his new speed becomes

15 + 5 = 20 miles per hour

Therefore, the new time it takes William to get to school from home would be

12/20 = 0.6 hours

The difference in both times is

0.8 - 0.6 = 0.2 hours

Therefore, he would arrive 0.2 miles faster.

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