Let's play a game. If I went halfway to a town 60 km away at the speed of 30 km/hour, how ......................

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Let's play a game. If I went halfway to a town 60 km away at the speed of 30 km/hour, how fast do I have to go the rest of the way to have an average speed of 60 km/hour over the entire trip?

posted Oct 1, 2014

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Impossible

you must go with infinite speed.
explanation in answer of that question http://puzzle.queryhome.com/4026/suppose-you-drive-picnic-spot-your-average-speed-becomes-mph?show=4124#a4124

answer Nov 6, 2014

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