(ii) There is a value associated with each quantity: for instance, the price of an adult ticket or a children's ticket, or the number of items in a large box as opposed to a small box.
Such problems often require you to write two different linear equations in two variables.
Since this is a rate/distance problem, it might be good to organize our information using the distance formula.
Keep in mind that the wind speed is affecting the overall speed.
Some people think that you either can do it or you can't.
Contrary to that belief, it can be a learned trade.
Math works just like anything else, if you want to get good at it, then you need to practice it.
Even the best athletes and musicians had help along the way and lots of practice, practice, practice, to get good at their sport or instrument.
Sounds simple enough, but some people jump the gun and try to start solving the problem before they have read the whole problem.
Once the problem is read, you need to list out all the components and data that are involved.