The first step is to recognize the relationship between distance *x*, time *t* and speed *v*.
Speed is distance divided by time.

miles per hour = mi/hr

*v* = *x* / *t*

65 mi/hr = (25 mi) /*t*

65 mi/hr = (25 mi) /

Then we solve for *t*

Since we have the time expressed in hours, but we want time in minutes, we have to convert using the identity

60 min = 1 hr

*t* = [(5/13) hr] (60 min)/(1 hr) = (60 · 5/13) min
= (300/13) min ≈ 23.1 min

In the final step, 300/13 is approximately 23.0769 minutes, but we have rounded to a precision of one tenth minute.