anonymous
  • anonymous
To get to his parents' house, John must travel at a speed of 60 mph on land and then use a motorboat that travels at a speed of 20 mph in still water. John goes by land to a dock and then travels on a river against a current of 4 mph. He reaches his parent's home in 4.5 hours. The return trip takes him 3.5 hours. How far do his parents live from his house?
Mathematics
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  • chestercat
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wolf1728
  • wolf1728
It seems the one hour difference consists of the boat traveling at 24 mph with the current and 16 mph against.

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