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Section 4 - Activities
How will you get to your holiday destination?
This series of activities will focus on the business of getting to your holiday destination.
Pupils will compare the cost of different options and the factors that need to be taken
into account such as time, speed, distance and other needs.

For Year 9 pupils of average ability, the activities will last for approximately three 50-60
minute lessons. Different abilities will require different times.

Mathematics learning intentions
Pupils will learn how to:
   Use units of measurement to estimate, calculate and solve problems in everyday
contexts involving – length, mass, time and bearings.
   Effectively use a calculator – enter numbers and interpret the display in different
contexts i.e. money, metric measures, time.
   Use rough metric/imperial equivalents for: kg  lbs, km  miles.
   Interpret tables, graphs and diagrams, drawing inferences that relate to the
problem being discussed, relating summarised data to the questions being
explored.
   Construct distance/time graphs arising from real life problems. Discuss and
interpret graphs arising from real situations.

Financial Capability learning intentions
Pupils will learn:

Financial Understanding
To compare value for money in terms of other factors like time.

Financial Competence
To plan and compare costs.

Financial Responsibility
To make personal life choices and understand needs and wants.
To understand implications of personal financial decisions.

Focus on Financial Capability
The purpose of this series of activities is to build on the issues covered in Sections 1, 2
and 3 about what one has to take into account in order to choose a holiday. The
activities in Section 4 focus the pupils on the costs associated with getting to your
holiday destination.

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Financial Capability activity – Possible links with Geography
Introduction
The activities in Section 4 ask the pupils to consider the costs and benefits of choosing
different ways of getting to their holiday destination. They could be asked:
 to consider the wider implications of the choices they might make.
 to think about all the elements associated with planning a successful holiday.
 to consider the cost of certain options.
 and then to consider which options are the best value.
The activities in this section address the key elements of Economic Awareness,
Education for Sustainable Development and Employability.

Starter
As part of the initial starter discussions it would be helpful to get the pupils to consider
the idea of best value in relation to some of the things they buy.

For example, would you buy an MP3 player for £60 or an Apple iPod for £160? If the
answer is an iPod then why? Is best value for you about having the latest things? Do you
believe they are better quality? Is it important to you to have all the things your friends
have?

Take another example, is best value about buying things in a way that matches your
range eggs even if they were more expensive?

Finally you can focus them on the considerations around a holiday:

Would you fly to your holiday destination from an airport that was 250 miles away
because the flights were £50 cheaper?

There are clearly lots of examples of the need to consider what is valuable to you. This
may be the financial cost but it may be more important to save time? If your holiday is
only 7 days do you want to be travelling for 2 of those 7 days?

This initial focus will allow pupils to gain a better understanding of how we make
choices and the financial implications of those choices.

Main Activity
Ask the pupils to consider how they would respond to the following statements by saying
whether they agree or disagree. You can also add as many statements to this list as you
like.
Flying is very bad for the environment so it is better to drive to your holiday
destination.

Some countries need tourists to survive.

Some parts of the world are better off without tourists because tourists damage the
environment.

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Following on from a discussion around these statements, ask the pupils to focus on the
things they consider to be important for them when planning a holiday. Are
environmental issues important to them? Do they want to be a green tourist? What ways
could they reduce the negative impact on the environment when they choose a holiday?

Some points to consider:

   Stay local then you are not using too much fuel.
   Don’t fly at all.
   Go to countries that need our money.
   Don’t drop litter when you are on holiday.
   Respect the customs of the country you are visiting.

Plenary
“Leave only footprints, take only photos”
The discussion can conclude with an explanation about the social and moral dilemmas
attached to our use of money and that as consumers we have the power to influence
what happens if we choose to use money in a particular way. Agree five actions that
would make us more responsible tourists.

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Overview of Section 4 activities
Activity 1: The first activity is centred around choosing a flight destination and the
travel involved in choosing a holiday. Pupils will need to examine time and distance.
They will also need to consider baggage allowances and other costs associated with
going on holiday. This will involve units of measurement to estimate, calculate and solve
problems in everyday contexts involving length, mass, time and bearings.

Activity 2: This activity will examine direction and time differences, arrival and
departure. The pupils will measure distance and time travelled. Interpreting tables,
graphs and diagrams, drawing inferences that relate to the problem being discussed,
relating summarised data to the questions being explored.

Activity 3: This activity follows on from Activity 2 and requires the pupils to construct
a distance/time graph for the journeys they have planned in activities 1 and 2; from
home to the airport and flight landing and leaving the airport. In this way they will
construct distance/time graphs arising from real life problems. They will then discuss
and interpret these graphs arising from real situations.

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Section 4: Activity 1
Resources
Excel file – Questions A-E
Worksheets (WS 1-4)
Interactive White board for Excel work
Note: All the Excel worksheets are in the Questions.xls file and are numbered A to E.
The sheets can be used interactively on a whiteboard to reveal the answers or they can
be printed as normal write-on worksheets.

Vocabulary
Length
Mass
Metric/imperial units (cm, m, inch, foot, …)
Compass point angle
Clockwise
Bearing
Time – 12 hour and 24 hour clock
Local time difference
Distance/time graph
Axes
Vertical
Horizontal
Scales
Variable

Starter
This activity starts with asking pupils to create a mind map (spider diagram) on
organising a holiday. The results should include:
 Home  Airport  Paradise Island.
 Packing luggage – suitable bags, contents, mass, cost, time.
 Journey to airport – mode of transport (car etc), distance, cost (petrol/parking
etc), time.
 Timings – flight time, airport arrival, journey, packing.

Main Activity
    Our focus holiday – From home  Belfast International Airport  Palma,
Mallorca.
Show WS1 - Flight Schedules and discuss how to select a holiday.

    Packing –discuss amount of luggage taken on holiday e.g. A suitcase (15kg) +
hand luggage (5kg) (show suitcases - optional).

    Using Questions.xls sheet A kg & lbs get pupils to discuss mass in order to be
able to convert between kg and lb. Answer questions using estimation and exact
conversions (optional use of visual aids e.g. bag of sugar, crisps, chocolate bar,
can of beans, etc.)

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   Using Questions.xls sheet B approx distance get pupils to approximate miles
and km.

   Using Questions.xls sheet C convert miles & km Get pupils to convert between
miles & km more accurately.

   Using Questions.xls sheet D approx time Get pupils to approximate time.

   For gifted & talented pupils - using Questions.xls sheet E Speed Get pupils to
calculate average speed given distance (in miles and then in km) and time.

   For gifted & talented pupils - show WS2 Renault Laguna Get pupils to discuss
the journey to the airport – travel by car (Renault Laguna), distance of 58 miles.
Find mpg (litres/100km) value 36.7(7.7) and use this in the calculation to find
the cost of petrol to get from home to the airport.
Cost of petrol: given 36.7 mpg or 7.7 litres/100km so 7.7/100 = 0.077litre per
km, so 0.077 x 58 = 4.466 litres

   Fill in WS4 Costing table Get pupils to fill in details of all costs discussed so far.
Total Petrol cost = 4.466 (from above) x 91p (cost per litre) = 4.064 which is
approximately £4.06

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Section 4: Activity 2
Resources
Worksheets (WS 5-8) All worksheets could be used with interactive whiteboard.

Starter
This is a whole class activity. Establish which direction in the classroom is North. Discuss
the 8 main compass directions. Use individuals standing in the room and ask pupils what
compass direction they are from another pupil.

Main
Discuss bearing of A from B using pupils in the class. Ask “On what bearing must I fly if I
want to get straight to Jane from where I am now?” Ask 2 pupils to stand and ask the
class to write down the bearing of one from another. Get pupil A to face North with an
extended arm and turn clockwise to face pupil B. Compare answers and deal with errors.
(The problem with pupils actually moving from one to another is that they would
frequently change bearing to circumnavigate the furniture in a typical maths room. It’s
ok in a hall.) Repeat several times.

Use WS5 Bearings Map of United Kingdom and Ireland with airports “UK and Ireland
airports” Examine the map. Imagine you are a pilot flying between some of these
airports. What are the approximate compass directions:

1.   From Belfast to East Midlands? (draw a North arrow if it helps)
2.   Of Birmingham from Edinburgh?
3.   Of London Gatwick from Manchester?
4.   From London Stansted to Cardiff?
5.   Of London Stansted from Exeter?
6.   Of London Heathrow from Dublin?
7.   Of Liverpool from London Heathrow?
8.   From Edinburgh to Cardiff?

Collect answers and discuss errors. Look at the 8 flights again. This time estimate
the bearings on which you would have to fly. Collect answers and discuss errors.
Let’s now consider how long some holiday journeys take.

    Using WS6 Details of Our Holiday discuss the length of our journey (0640 – 1035
2hr 55) outbound and (1110 – 1310 3hr)return. Look at the time difference (one
hour local time), 12/24 hour clock

    Using WS7a Flight timetables and WS7b answers get pupils to work out the
flight durations from the first few flights, then use that information to fill in the
missing departure/arrival times

Plenary
Oral recap of bearings and time using WS5-Bearings

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Section 4: Activity 3
Resources
Worksheet (WS 9)
All worksheets could be used with interactive whiteboard.

Starter
Discuss how to draw the journey from home to airport on a time-distance graph. Suitable
questions could include: What values do we need on the scales? Why do we start at
(0,0)? If we travelled 15 miles in half an hour, where would I plot my first point? What
average speed would I have travelled at? If I had gone at 40mph would the graph be
steeper or less steep? What does it mean if part of the line is horizontal? What if it
slopes downwards with a negative gradient?

Main Activity
Using WS9-Travel Graphs discuss the different scenarios for the 3 given graphs. These
are sketch graphs, their scales have been omitted so as to avoid detail and get a feel for

    Pupils are then asked to draw their own sketch graph and ask their neighbour to
interpret it.

    Ask pupils to complete a table of approximate times and of the journey from
home to the airport, taking into account the time of day, the roads they would
be travelling on etc. Get them to draw a more accurate time-distance graph,
discussing possible scales.

Optional: Pupils draw graph of the whole journey including the flight. Discuss the

Plenary
Debate whether the line on a time-distance graph can ever be vertical. Why not?

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Section 4: WS 1: Flight Schedules
The following flights are available from BFS Belfast International to PMI Palma
Timetables
Summer - 26 March 2006 to 28 October 2006;
Winter - 31 October 2006 to 24 March 2007.

Belfast Intl–Palma (Majorca) – summer

Belfast Intl to Palma (Majorca)         Palma (Majorca) to Belfast Intl
Travel Day Flt No.        Dep.     Arr.           Flt No.  Dep.        Arr.
Tu,Th     6711          06:40    10:35           6712     11:10 13:10
Sa        6719          18:25    22:20           6720     22:55 00:55

Belfast Intl–Palma (Majorca) – winter

Belfast Intl to Palma (Majorca) Palma (Majorca) to Belfast Intl
Travel Day Flt No.        Dep.     Arr.    Flt No.  Dep.       Arr.
Th        6717          16:50    20:45    6718     21:20 23:20

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Section 4: WS 2: Renault Laguna
Renault Laguna Sport Tourer

Compare the technical information
Show detailed technical Collections              Sport Collection                               Sport Collection
specifications list     Engines                  Extreme 1.8 16V                                Extreme 1.8 16V

MRRP*                                           MRRP*
£ 16,590.00                                     £ 16,590.00
Finance                                         Finance
£ 362.83 per month for 36 months at 9.90% APR   £ 362.83 per month for 36 months at 9.90% APR
plus £ 1,999.00 deposit plus optional final     plus £ 1,999.00 deposit plus optional final
payment                                         payment

Drivetrain
Number of Forward Gears                  5                                                    5
Gearbox Type                             Manual Gearbox                                       Manual Gearbox
Capacities
Fuel Tank - Litres (Gallons)             70 (15)                                              70 (15)
Fuel Consumption
Urban - mpg (litres/100km)               28.2 (10.0)                                          28.2 (10.0)
Extra Urban - mpg (litres/100km)         44.8 (6.3)                                           44.8 (6.3)
Combined - mpg (litres/100km)            36.7 (7.7)                                           36.7 (7.7)
Steering
Turning Circle Between Kerbs/Walls (m)   10.9/11.5                                            10.9/11.5
Engine
Injection Type                           Multipoint Injection                                 Multipoint Injection
Maximum Power - kw ISO (hp DIN)          122 (88)                                             122 (88)
Maximum Power (revs/min)                 5750                                                 5750
Maximum Torque - Nm ISO (mkg DIN)        168                                                  168
Maximum Torque (revs/min)                3750                                                 3750
Performance
0-62mph (0-100kph)                       10.9                                                 10.9
Maximum Speed - mph (kph)                124 (200)                                            124 (200)
Transmission
Wheels Driven                            Front Wheel Drive                                    Front Wheel Drive
Seating
No. of Seats                             5                                                    5

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Section 4: WS 3: Distance Mileage Chart
Antrim
42 Armagh
143 100 Athlone
41 84 183 Ballycastle
32 54 153 72 Bangor
19 41 141 58 14 Belfast
6 40 140 46 33 19 Belfast International Airport
53 70 152 43 83 71 57 City of Derry Airport
273 245 136 320 277 264 270 316 Cork
55 71 130 51 87 73 61        8 309 Derry
92 80 114 96 129 112 96 53 250 43 Donegal
125 80 78 160 114 110 110 158 160 147 138 Dublin
61 33 90 108 65 52 58 106 202 97 98 53 Dundalk
38 13 107 65 55 40 41 57 258 59 76 100 46 Dungannon
86 50 84 110 97 84 83 68 218 61 38 109 64 44 Enniskillen
194 151 58 221 205 190 191 179 130 169 127 136 148 158 128 Galway
191 163 78 239 195 177 189 226 92 208 192 73 123 171 154 107 Kilkenny
303 240 144 350 307 271 300 305 54 274 253 192 219 248 225 120 123 Killarney
163 111 62 170 174 161 160 128 174 121 76 127 133 121 77 53 138 179 Knock Airport
21 65 162 41 38 25 22 72 285 61 113 127 74 63 108 213 199 314 183 Larne
235 173 75 282 239 201 232 236 65 204 184 123 150 180 157 65 70 69 110 247 Limerick
18 33 133 66 22      9 15 79 254 80 108 96 43 34 76 184 169 284 153 31 216 Lisburn
53 40 128 90 39 33 40 103 245 104 124 87 34 50 92 183 160 275 169 55 207 26 Newcastle Co. Down
48 20 107 95 52 38 45 90 224 91 104 66 13 33 70 165 139 254 146 60 186 29 21 Newry
54 34 111 82 83 69 58 41 271 34 47 113 61 29 27 155 185 252 104 75 184 62 78 53 Omagh
32 11 111 72 43 30 29 74 244 78 91 86 33 17 59 162 159 274 136 52 206 22 31 20 45 Portadown
165 137 46 213 169 157 163 204 108 175 160 52 94 150 123 93 32 140 108 178 71 147 139 118 168 137 Portlaoise
46 68 162 21 75 63 50 31 312 39 84 154 101 55 98 209 227 302 158 55 235 71 95 101 72 72 204 Portrush
145 103 20 185 156 139 143 133 156 131 94 91 94 110 65 51 98 164 42 165 94 136 136 115 92 113 66 164 Roscommon
211 183 130 260 215 205 208 250 129 247 243 101 153 196 201 170 62 171 187 223 131 193 184 163 213 183 84 250 150 Rosslare
226 183 83 266 254 215 223 227 80 218 176 138 165 190 168 57 85 84 102 261 15 232 224 203 194 194 86 245 96 146 Shannon Airport
128 92 73 134 138 128 125 92 209 84 41 135 104 85 41 86 152 213 36 147 144 118 134 111 68 101 119 123 53 203 136 Sligo
61 52 130 64 101 88 65 21 289 14 32 131 80 48 46 158 204 284 107 81 215 81 97 72 19 64 182 52 111 232 207 71 Strabane
217 188 108 264 220 207 214 253 78 238 222 98 151 201 196 137 30 120 168 229 80 198 190 169 219 188 62 256 129 51 95 182 238 Waterford
202 174 117 249 206 192 199 241 116 235 231 88 141 187 192 157 50 157 178 214 118 184 65 154 204 174 71 241 138 12 133 191 223 39 Wexford
145 117 110 192 149 136 142 188 116 179 171 32 85 130 132 168 77 208 157 157 141 127     8 97 147 117 77 185 123 72 156 162 166 88 56 Wicklow

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Section 4: WS 4: Costing Table

Costing Table
Item                           Cost (£)

Flight ticket
Luggage
Sun protection
Clothes etc
Petrol
Car parking                    52.95
Airport shopping

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Section 4: WS 5: Bearings

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Source: a2btravel.com

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Section 4: WS 6: Details of Our Holiday

We live in Omagh, Co. Tyrone. We are 58 miles from Belfast
International Airport

Outbound                               Inbound

Dep 06:40 Arr 10:35                  Dep 11:10 Arr 13:10
GBP 129.98
per adult       Belfast International to Palma       Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca          to Belfast International
Total incl.     Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h55   Direct flight, Trip duration: 3h00
taxes           Easyjet                              Easyjet

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Section 4: WS 7a: Flight Timetables
Outbound                           Inbound

per adult     Dep 06:40 Arr 10:35                      Dep 11:10 Arr 13:10

GBP 129.98    Belfast International to Palma           Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
**            Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca              to Gatwick, London
Total incl.   Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h55       Direct flight, Trip duration: 3h00
taxes         Easyjet                                  Easyjet

per adult      Dep 15:25 Arr 23:40                    Dep 11:15 Arr 16:40

GBP 282.00     Belfast City to Palma Mallorca,        Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
**             Palma de Mallorca                      to Belfast City
Total incl.    2 stop-overs, Trip duration: 6h55      1 stop-over, Trip duration: 6h25
taxes          British Airways

per adult     Dep 20:10 Arr                           Dep 07:20 Arr

GBP 47.70     Gatwick, London to Palma Mallorca,      Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
**            Palma de Mallorca                       to Gatwick, London
Total incl.   Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h15      Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h25
taxes         Air Europa                              Air Europa

per adult     Dep                     Arr 14:10       Dep 05:15 Arr 06:35

GBP 47.70     Gatwick, London to Palma Mallorca,      Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
**            Palma de Mallorca                       to Gatwick, London
Total incl.   Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20      Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20
taxes         Air Europa                              Air Europa

per adult     Dep                    Arr 14:10        Dep                        Arr 21:05

GBP 72.60     Stansted, London to Palma Mallorca,     Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
**            Palma de Mallorca                       to Stansted, London
Total incl.   Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h25      Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20
taxes         Air Berlin                              Air Berlin

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Section 4: WS 7b: answers-Flight Timetables

Outbound                         Inbound
Dep 06:40 Arr 10:35                   Dep 11:10 Arr 16:40
Belfast International to Palma        Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca to
GBP           Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca           Belfast International
109.70 **     Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h55    Direct flight, Trip duration: 3h00
Total incl.   Easyjet                               Easyjet
taxes

Dep 15:25 Arr 23:40                      Dep 11:15 Arr 16:50
per adult      Belfast City to Palma Mallorca,          Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca                        to Belfast City
GBP 144.80     2 stop-overs, Trip duration: 6h55        1 stop-over, Trip duration: 6h25
**             British Airways
Total incl.
taxes

Dep 20:10 Arr 23:25                      Dep 07:20 Arr 08:45
per adult     Gatwick, London to Palma Mallorca,       Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca                        to Gatwick, London
GBP 47.70     Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h15       Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h25
**            Air Europa                               Air Europa
Total incl.
taxes

Dep 10:50 Arr 14:10                      Dep 05:15 Arr 06:35
per adult     Gatwick, London to Palma Mallorca,       Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca                        to Gatwick, London
GBP 47.70     Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20       Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20
**            Air Europa                               Air Europa
Total incl.
taxes

Dep 10:45 Arr 14:10                      Dep 19:45 Arr 21:05
per adult     Stansted, London to Palma Mallorca,      Palma Mallorca, Palma de Mallorca
Palma de Mallorca                        to Stansted, London
GBP 72.60     Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h25       Direct flight, Trip duration: 2h20
**            Air Berlin                               Air Berlin
Total incl.
taxes

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Section 4: WS 8: Extra Flights
Outbound                           Inbound

per adult     Dep 09:00 Arr 15:41                  Dep 16:30 Arr 07:30+ 1 day(s)

GBP           Belfast Int'l, United Kingdom to     Orlando Int'l, USA to Belfast Int'l, United
401.90 **     Orlando Int'l, USA                   Kingdom
Total incl.   1 stop(s), Trip duration: 11h41      1 stop(s), Trip duration: 10h00
Taxes         Continental Airlines                 Continental Airlines

per adult     Dep 13:15 Arr 18:10                  Dep 17:40 Arr 14:40 + 1 day(s)

GBP           Belfast City, United Kingdom to      Vancouver Int'l, Canada to Belfast City,
479.60 **     Vancouver Int’l, Canada              United Kingdom
Total incl.   1 stop(s), Trip duration: 12h55      1 stop(s), Trip duration: 13h00

per adult     Dep 13:05 Arr 15:45                  Dep 18:00 Arr 18:50

GBP 77.74     Belfast Int’l, United Kingdom to     Charles De Gaulle, Paris to Belfast Int’l,
**            Charles De Gaulle, Paris             United Kingdom
Total incl.   Non-stop, Trip duration: 1h40        Non-stop, Trip duration: 1h50
taxes         Easyjet                              Easyjet

per adult     Dep 09:00 Arr 18:50+ 1 day(s)        Dep 16:25 Arr 08:20+ 1 day(s)

GBP           Dublin, Ireland to Kingsford         Kingsford Smith, Sydney
743.30 **     Smith, Sydney                        To Dublin, Ireland
Total incl.   2 stop(s), Trip duration: 24h50      2 stop(s), Trip duration: 26h55
taxes         Quantas Airways                      Quantas Airlines

per adult     Dep 19:35 Arr 06:20+ 2 day(s)        Dep 16:00 Arr 07:55+ 1 day(s)

GBP           Belfast City, United Kingdom to      Kingsford Smith, Sydney to Belfast City,
751.00 **     Kingsford Smith, Sydney              United Kingdom
Total incl.   2 stop(s), Trip duration: 25h40      2 stop(s), Trip duration: 26h55
taxes         Virgin Atlantic                      Virgin Atlantic

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Section 4: WS 9: Travel Graphs
1.
Airport
Distance

Home
Time
2.
Airport
Distance

Home

3.
Airport
Distance

Home
Time

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4.
Airport
Distance

Home            Time

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