# A bus can travel 66.66% faster than a car. Both start from the point X at the same time and reach point Y which.........

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A bus can travel 66.66% faster than a car.
Both start from the point X at the same time and reach point Y which is 114 kms away from X at the same time.
On the way, however, the bus lost about 48 minutes while stopping at the stations.
What is the speed of the bus in km/hr?

posted Sep 26, 2022
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