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A man was trying to swim to a buoy placed at a distance of 200 m out in a sea. it took him 1 min to swim 20 m . then a wave pushed him 10 m back and he rested for about 1 min brofre swimming again. he continued in this way for the rest of the journey . how long would it take the man to sim to the buo

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  1. aimen
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    can u please tell me the solution

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    tell me solution of this question

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    My best guess after simple calculations would be 40 minutes. I'm pretty sure there would be some sort of way to calculate this but i used addition and subtraction.

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    2 min for every 10m (2/x)=(10/200) proportion x=40

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