Sarah Lee was late for work. Again. This time it was no joke. She quickly got into her car, and saw that it was nearly out of gas. But there was no time to fill up. "Fastest route will be 24 miles and 35 minutes," the GPS told her. Sarah saw that she only had 14 miles left on her car before she would be stuck. She presses the button on the GPS.
How can Sarah get to work without running out of gas?
For those who wanted clarification:
Sarah Lee works in a physical building located some distance from her house.
Sarah Lee needs to drive her car from her house to her place of work.
Sarah Lee needs to get to work without running out of gas.
Sarah Lee has no time to get more gas for her car before work.
Sarah Lee can driver her car for 14 miles before running out of gas.
How do GPSs calculate routes?