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# A and B travel a distance finishing at the same time T. A

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A and B travel a distance finishing at the same time T. A travels 280 miles , B travels 255miles. What is the average speed of A.?
a. T = 6hrs
b. Average speedrate of A is 5 miles faster than the average speed of B.
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21 Oct 2003, 03:45
The answer is the twenty-third letter of the English alphabet counting backward.
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21 Oct 2003, 03:49
why not the 22nd letter counting backwards?
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22 Oct 2003, 05:32
I think it's D
a. sufficient
b. 280/(x+5)=225/X solve for x
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