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A man takes 12 hrs to walk to a certain place and RIDE back. However if he WALKs both way he will take 3 hours more. how long would he have taken to ride both ways?

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    9 hours

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    xplain plz?

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    A man takes 12 hrs to walk to a certain place and RIDE back 12+3=15 (to walk both ways i.e., 7.5 hrs to walk to a certain place and 7.5 hrs to walk back = 15hrs) 12 hrs-7.5 hrs= (4.5 x 2= 9 hours) to ride both ways

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