On the Subject of Subways
Why can’t you find your own way...
You are given a map, the name of a commuter, and the day the commuter is traveling. You must help them find their way by providing the route they need to take and the time they need to take it.
- Using the table below associated with the correct city, find out what time and route the commuter is taking. Routes and times are in the following format: Route | Time
- Use the second table to find out the stops on the route. When selected, stops are marked: green = stop 1, yellow = stop 2, red = stop 3. Click a stop again to deselect it.
Note: If batteries are used to tell time, 0 = 12am, 5 = 5am, 14 = 2pm, etc. If the number of batteries exceeds 24, subtract 24 and use that new number.
|Bryan||1 | 8AM||8 | 7PM||4 | 4AM||3 | 11AM||6 | 12PM|
|John||6 | 7AM||1 | 2AM||2 | 1PM||7 | Battery Count||3 | 4PM|
|Mike||7 | Battery Count||2 | 3AM||5 | 6PM||8 | 9AM||4 | Battery Count|
|Emily||8 | 8PM||2 | 1AM||1 | 2PM||3 | Battery Count||5 | 11PM|
|Mary||7 | 6AM||1 | Battery Count||4 | 3PM||6 | 5AM||2 | 5PM|
|Katie||5 | 12AM||7 | 10PM||3 | Battery Count||8 | 10AM||4 | 9PM|