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Eli walked feet down the hall of his house to get to the door. He continued in a straight line out the door and across the yard to the mailbox, a distance of feet. He came straight back across the yard feet and stopped to pet his dog. Homework Help ✎

  1. Draw a diagram of Eli’s walking pattern.

    First Eli walked feet forward to get out the door.

    Then Eli walked feet forward to get to the mailbox.

    Then he turned around and walked feet back to his dog.

    Line Diagram: From the starting point there is 12 feet to the door.

    Line Diagram: From the starting point and moving in one direction, there is 12 feet to the door. Continuing in the same direction, there is 32 feet from the Door to the Mailbox.

    Line Diagram: From the starting point and moving in one direction, there is 12 feet to the door. Continuing in the same direction, there is 32 feet from the Door to the Mailbox. Now going in the opposite direction, there is 14 feet from the mailbox to a dog.

  2. How far has he walked?

    This is asking about how many feet he has walked in total. You do not need to think about direction.

  3. How far from the house is he now?

    First, Eli walked feet away from the house. Then he walked feet back toward his house.