anonymous
  • anonymous
Two trains, Train A and Train B, simultaneously depart Station A and Station B. Station A and Station B are 252.5 miles apart from each other. Train A is moving at 124.7 mph towards station B, and Train B is moving 253.5 mph towards Station A. If both trains departed at 10:00 AM and it is now 10:08, how much longer until both trains pass each other?
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  • anonymous
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  • anonymous
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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
Generally, showing YOUR work is the best and fastest way to get help. Distance = Rate * Time Every time.

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tkhunny
  • tkhunny
How long does it take to travel 252.5 miles at (124.7 + 253.5) mph? Note: 253.5 > 252.5. The entire trip for the second train is less than one hour. Keep that in mind.

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