John McDouall Stuart made seven major expeditions.
Stuart first explored when he was employed as a draughtsman by Captain Charles Sturt on an expedition into the desert interior. Following his experience with Sturt, Stuart led six expeditions west and north of Lake Eyre. On each one, he made it a little further north until he finally broke through to the north coast.
5 trips because 4 trips is not enough and he can't make a half a trip so if he makes 5 trips he can just grab one can instead of two.
Apart from being a trick question, he would have to make 5 trips, four with 3 bottles and one trip with only 1 bottle.
she made 19 trips
Please explain what "trips out" is and give us the year, make and model.
Paul made 4 trips to Galatia
Plato and John Stuart Mill
The amount of trips in a tankers lifetime
no columbus made three trips
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If it up and down, he makes 10 trips... but, this question required answer is 5 trips.
5 times, as 4 1/2 would mean he got to the store and never came home or walked half way and then went home (either one resulting in him not having the last bottle of water). Thus, the minimum number of FULL trips he has to make is 5.
they wanted gold and wealth
Jacques Cartier made 3 trips to Canada during his life
Robert O'Hara Burke, with William Wills appointed second-in-command, led the 1860-61 expedition to try to cross Australia from Melbourne in the south to the Gulf of Carpentaria in the north - and back again. This distance was a distance of around 3,250 kilometres (approximately 2,000 miles).They were the first to succeed in travelling south to north, but they did not successfully return. They died along the way. The first man to make a successful crossing south to north, and back again, was John McDouall Stuart. Stuart made several attempts between 1860 and 1862, succeeding on his fifth attempt in 1862.
She made nineteen trips from the South to the North to help runaway slaves.
Nixon tried to get on good terms with China as well as the Soviet Union by making these trips---so he could make peace...
Samuel de Champlain made at least 20 trips across the Atlantic ocean
5...you will make 4 trips carrying 3 pieces and 1 trip carrying 1 piece
4 trips. One in 1607, one in 1608, another in 1609, then he disappeared on his last trip in 1610.
Burke and Wills, like John McDouall Stuart in South Australia, were seeking a suitable route for a telegraph line from the southern regions of Australia to the north. A telegraph link to the rest of the world was available off Java, but it had to be linked to a centre in the north, then an overland telegraph line constructed to carry messages down to the main cities in the south. Both South Australia and Victoria were vying to be the first to make a successful crossing of the continent, and both states offered sizable rewards. Burke and Wills represented the Victorian bid to cross the continent.
to save money and time
only if they ask the principal and they get the money to do it
only 1, when it sank it was its first one
6 km = 3 trips => 2 km per trip.So 18 km = 18/2 = 9 trips.
because it boosts your education and gives you more experience for the later years. if you think about it, most of the field trips that you go on are just to make you smarter.