For online math tutoring, contact Tim at OhNoNotMath@gmail.com. This video provides an example of solving an algebraic word problem involving rate, time, and distance. It is an application of the technique of solving a system of linear equations by the method of substitution.

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Ever wondered where trigonometry came from? Find out its interesting history dating back to Ancient Egypt! Connect with us at: https://www.facebook.com/TheMathCentre https://twitter.com/TheMathCentre https://plus.google.com/112192327939609456055 This video was made in association with The Math Centre at Humber College, by Derek Taylor.