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Olyalhic

  • one year ago

-enter to help a epic fail _-_

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    What grade is this for?

  3. Olyalhic
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    its for a freshman

  4. MrNood
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    since their directions are exactly opposite yo ucan work out the 'realtive velocity' between them by ADDING the 2 speeds together. The result is teh same as if one train was stationary and the other was moving away at their COMBINED speed so - how long does it take to travel 260 miles, at the combined relative speed?

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    my little sister actually, I just am asking for her because I suck at teaching

  6. MrNood
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    !Correction! should be 256 miles ^

  7. Olyalhic
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    that makes more sense @MrNood

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