anonymous
  • anonymous
Two boats leave a port at the same time, one going north and other traveling south. The northbound boat travles 16 mph faster than the southbound boat. If the southbound boat is traveling at 47 mph, how long will it be before they are 1430 miles apart?
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Hey, my answer in this question is 13 hours. I don't know if it's correct or not. Which is the correct answer?

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