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On a rally, A drives at 60 mph and arrives an hour earlier than B who averages 50 mph. How long is the rally (in miles)?

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On a rally, A drives at 60 mph and arrives an hour earlier than B who averages 50 mph. How long is the rally (in miles)?
posted Oct 5, 2017 by anonymous

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60*x = 50*(x+1) [Distance Traveled in both cases are the same][x => Time taken by A to reach the end]
60x - 50x = 50
10x = 50
x = 5 hours
Therefore the rally is 60*5 = 300 Miles long.

answer Oct 5, 2017 by Tejas Naik
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Answer:
the rally is 300 Miles long.

answer Oct 7, 2017 by Mogadala Ramana



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