the speed of a train is 6mph slower thant the speed of train b. train a travels 190 miles in the same tme it takes train b to travel 220 miles.
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You forgot to ask the actual question
i did, but i typed it wrong and deleted it.
speed of train a?
speed of train b?
I keep getting different answers
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what answers did you get?
speed*hrs = 220 and (speed-6)*hrs = 190 btw
5 hours have gone by, because the trains are 30 miles apart
hence 44 and 38
once i got 42 and 35
42-35 = 7 difference wups
but i think i multiplied wrong
im working it again to check
Let speed of Train B be x miles/hr
Then speed of train A is (x-6) miles/hr
it's given that in equal time train A covers 190 miles and train B covers 220 miles
so spee of train B is 44miles/ hour
and train A's speed is 38 miles/hour
i did. i multiplied wrong and put the wrong number down in my equation. simple mistakes ugh/ thanks