Walking at a speed of 100 m / min, in three quarters of an hour the hunters walked 10/12 of the distance between

Walking at a speed of 100 m / min, in three quarters of an hour the hunters walked 10/12 of the distance between the tent in which they spent the night and the ranger’s house. Approaching the stream, they rested for 8 minutes, and then walked the rest of the way at the same speed. How much time did the hunters spend getting from their tent to the ranger’s house?

1) 3 / 4h = (60: 4 ◦ 3) min = 45 min
2) 100 ◦ 45 = 4500 (m) – passed in 3 / 4h
3) 4500: 10 ◦ 12 = 5400 (m) – the distance between the tent and the house
4) 5400 – 4500 = 900 (m) – it remains to go
5) 900: 100 = 9 (min) – went the rest of the way
6) 45 + 8 + 9 = 62 (min) = 1 h 2 min – all spent
Answer: 1 h 2 min.

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