# How many minutes will there be between the arrival times of the two vehicles?

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A motorcycle and a car set off from the same point, at the same time, to travel the same journey.

The motorcycle travels at 55 mph and the car travels at 45 mph.

If the journey is 35 miles, how many minutes will there be between the arrival times of the two vehicles?

posted Jul 21, 2017

Time taken by bike = (55/60)*35=38.18 Minutes

Time taken by car = (45/60)*35 = 26.25

Difference in Time = 11.75 Minutes

So there will be a difference of 11.75 minutes between the arrival time of bike and car

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