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A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

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A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (v+3) miles per hour. If the trip upstream took a half hour longer than the trip downstream, then how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

-2.5
-2.4
-2.3
-2.2
-2.1


Trip upstream took \frac{90}{v-3} hours and trip downstream took \frac{90}{v+3} hours. Also given that the difference in times was \frac{1}{2} hours --> \frac{90}{v-3}-\frac{90}{v+3}=\frac{1}{2};

\frac{90}{v-3}-\frac{90}{v+3}=\frac{1}{2} --> \frac{90(v+3)-90(v-3)}{v^2-9}=\frac{1}{2} --> \frac{90*6}{v^2-9}=\frac{1}{2} --> v^2=90*6*2+9 --> v^2=9*(10*6*2+1) --> v^2=9*121 --> v=3*11=33;

Trip downstream took \frac{90}{v+3}=\frac{90}{33+3}=2.5 hours.

Answer: A.
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Re: Difficult PS Problem- Help! [#permalink] New post 11 Sep 2010, 20:33
90/(v-3)=90(v+3)+.5

90[v+3-v+3]/(v*v-9)=.5
90*6/(v*v-9)=.5
90*12+9=v*v
v*v=1089
v=33
v+3=36

Time required to travel downstream=90/36=2.5 hours
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Re: Boat Traveling [#permalink] New post 30 Sep 2010, 21:43
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A boat traveled upstream a distance of 90 miles at an average speed of (V-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (V+3) miles per hour. If the upstream trip took half an hour longer than the downstream trip, how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

A)2.5
B)2.4
C)2.3
D)2.2
E)2.1


Given 90/(v-3) = 90/(v+3) + (1/2)
90[(1/(v-3)) - (1/(v+3))] = 1/2
90[6/(v^2 - 9)] = 1/2

90*6*2 = v^2 - 9 => v^2 = 1089 => v = 33.

Downstream time -- 90/(v+3) => 90/36 => 2.5 (A).
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A boat traveled upstream a distance of 90 miles at an average speed of (V-3) miles per hour and then traveled the same distance downstream at an average speed of (V+3) miles per hour. If the upstream trip took half an hour longer than the downstream trip, how many hours did it take the boat to travel downstream?

A)2.5
B)2.4
C)2.3
D)2.2
E)2.1


Upstream time = downstream time + 0.5

90/(v-3) = 90/(v+3) + 1/2
90 (1/(v-3) - 1/(v+3))= 1/2
90 (6/(v^2-9)) = 1/2
v^2 = 1089
V = 33

Downstream time = 90/36 = 2.5

Answer is (a)
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Word problem need help solving [#permalink] New post 21 Nov 2010, 06:17
Hi I just took one gmat practice test and the pity about those test is that they don´t have explanations.

The problem i am struggling with in mathematical sense is something like this:

A boat that traveled 90 miles upstream a river at the rate average speed Y-3, on the way back he traveled the same distance (90 miles) at a average speed of Y+3, if the trip upstream took half an hour longer than the trip down stream. How long took the drip downstream ?

right answer is 2,5

please help me this is so annoying :)

thanks, I shall give my teacher kudos if I find out how to do that
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Re: Difficult PS Problem- Help! [#permalink] New post 21 Nov 2010, 13:02
solve the below equation to reach upon speed of boat-

90/(v+3) - 90/(v-3) = 1/2
V=33

therefore time required while travelling downstream- 90/(33+3) = 90/36 = 2.5

Answer:- A
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Michmax3 wrote:
v^2 = 1089
V = 33

Downstream time = 90/36 = 2.5

Answer is (a)


Hi I struggled with this one, I am wondering
Is there any good shortcut in how to take the root of 1089 ? how do you do that without spending too much time on it ? :roll:

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Hi I struggled with this one, I am wondering
Is there any good shortcut in how to take the root of 1089 ? how do you do that without spending too much time on it ? :roll:

many thanks


Let me take your question first:

It is a good idea to remember squares of numbers till 20. They come in handy sometimes.
To find the square root of bigger numbers (which are perfect squares), observe the following:
1. A square of a number only ends in 0/1/4/5/6/9.
-If it ends in 0, it will have even number of 0s at the end and the square root will end in 0 (I know 1340 cannot be a perfect square.)
-If it ends in 1, the square root will end in 1/9 (e.g. root 361 = 1[highlight]9[/highlight], root 441 = 2[highlight]1[/highlight])
-If it ends in 4, the square root will end in 2/8
-If it ends in 5, there will be a 2 right before it and its square root will end in 5 (e.g. root 625 = 25, root 675 is not an integer)
-If it ends in 6, the square root will end in 4/6.
-If it ends in 9, the square root will end in 3/7.
These are all derived by just observing the last digits when we square a number.. You don't need to learn this.

Since 1089 ends in a 9, its square root will end in 3/7.
Also 30^2 = 900 so root of 1089 will be greater than 30.
But 40^2 = 1600 so root of 1089 will be much less than 40. The number that can be the square root of 1089 is 33 (if 1089 is a perfect square). You can square 33 to check.

Also, an equation like \frac{90}{{v -3}} - \frac{90}{{v + 3}} = \frac{1}{2}, doesnt need to be solved.

99% chance is that v will be an integer.
The options give me values for \frac{90}{{v + 3}}

Let me say if it is 2.5, then 90/2.5 = 36 and v = 33
Then \frac{90}{{v - 3}} = 3. I get the difference of 1/2 an hour. 2.5 satisfies my condition.

Had 2.5 not been the first option, you might say that it would take me a long time to check each option.
No. 90/2.4 = 900/24 which is not an integer since 900 is not divisible by 8 so it will not be divisible by 24
90/2.3. No ways 900 is divisible by 23
90/2.2. No ways 900 is divisible by 11
90/2.1. No ways 900 is divisible by 7
In fact, when I look at the options, the first one I try is 2.5. With practice, you will gain the instinct.
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90/(v-3) = 90/(v+3) + 1/2

=> 90( V + 3 - v + 3)/(v-3)(v+3) = 1/2

=> 90 * 6 * 2 = v^2 - 9

=> v^2 = 1080 + 9

=> v^2 = 9 (120 + 1)

=> v^2 = 3^2 * 11^2

=> v = 3*11 = 33

So Downstream time = 90/36 = 30/12 = 2.5 hrs

Answer - A
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Re: Difficult PS Problem- Help! [#permalink] New post 25 Aug 2011, 16:19
upstream v-3 t+1/2

downstream v+3 t

(v+3)t = (v-3)(t+1/2)

vt + 3t = vt +v/2 - 3t - 3/2

=> t = (v-3)/12 = 90/v+3 => v = 33

=> t = 30/12 = 2.5 hours

Answer is A.
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Re: Downstream Rate Question [#permalink] New post 17 Aug 2012, 14:13
Can someone pls help with the above question? What is the most efficient way to do this. Here's what i've got..

If one takes the time for the trip downstream to to be T, then one gets
UPSTREAM:
V-3 = 90 / (T + 1/2)

DOWNSTREAM
V+3 = 90 / T

Now no matter how much I simplify I end up with a complicated equation, and then it will be plugging in off answer choices but that takes >3 minutes at least.
Any suggestions for a sohrtcut, I'm sure there's an easy way..
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Re: Downstream Rate Question [#permalink] New post 17 Aug 2012, 16:40
I think the answer to the question posted here should be 2.5.

Basically, frame the equation in terms of the difference in time (= distance/ speed):

[90][/v-3]- [90][/v+3]= 1/2. Once you get this you could solve for V. Remember that the question is asking for the value of [90][/v+3].
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Re: A boat traveled upstream a distance of 90miles at an average [#permalink] New post 19 Nov 2012, 00:10
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A boat traveled upstream a distance of 90miles at an average speed of (v-3) miles per hour and then traveled down stream at an average of (v+3) miles per hour. If upstream look 30 min more than downstream time, how much time did the boat travel downstream?
a) 2.5
b) 2.4
c) 2.3
d) 2.2
e) 2.1

how to solve these kind of questions in 2 min? any short way...
\frac{90}{(v-3)}=\frac{90}{(v+3)} +1/2
solving for v, value of \frac{90}{(v+3)} is tedious... and answer choices are in too close range to make an estimation.... how should I be tackling these?


The equation itself is simple enough..

\frac{90}{v-3}- \frac{90}{v+3} = \frac{1}{2}

\frac{540}{v^2-9} = \frac{1}{2}

v^2 - 9 = 1080

v^2 = 1089 = 3^2 * 11^2

v = 3*11 = 33

Answer = 90/36 = 2.5

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Re: Boat Traveling [#permalink] New post 14 Mar 2013, 01:11
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hafgola wrote:

Hi I struggled with this one, I am wondering
Is there any good shortcut in how to take the root of 1089 ? how do you do that without spending too much time on it ? :roll:

many thanks


Let me take your question first:

It is a good idea to remember squares of numbers till 20. They come in handy sometimes.
To find the square root of bigger numbers (which are perfect squares), observe the following:
1. A square of a number only ends in 0/1/4/5/6/9.
-If it ends in 0, it will have even number of 0s at the end and the square root will end in 0 (I know 1340 cannot be a perfect square.)
-If it ends in 1, the square root will end in 1/9 (e.g. root 361 = 19, root 441 = 21)
-If it ends in 4, the square root will end in 2/8
-If it ends in 5, there will be a 2 right before it and its square root will end in 5 (e.g. root 625 = 25, root 675 is not an integer)
-If it ends in 6, the square root will end in 4/6.
-If it ends in 9, the square root will end in 3/7.
These are all derived by just observing the last digits when we square a number.. You don't need to learn this.

Since 1089 ends in a 9, its square root will end in 3/7.
Also 30^2 = 900 so root of 1089 will be greater than 30.
But 40^2 = 1600 so root of 1089 will be much less than 40. The number that can be the square root of 1089 is 33 (if 1089 is a perfect square). You can square 33 to check.

Also, an equation like \frac{90}{{v -3}} - \frac{90}{{v + 3}} = \frac{1}{2}, doesnt need to be solved.

99% chance is that v will be an integer.
The options give me values for \frac{90}{{v + 3}}

Let me say if it is 2.5, then 90/2.5 = 36 and v = 33
Then \frac{90}{{v - 3}} = 3. I get the difference of 1/2 an hour. 2.5 satisfies my condition.

Had 2.5 not been the first option, you might say that it would take me a long time to check each option.
No. 90/2.4 = 900/24 which is not an integer since 900 is not divisible by 8 so it will not be divisible by 24
90/2.3. No ways 900 is divisible by 23
90/2.2. No ways 900 is divisible by 11
90/2.1. No ways 900 is divisible by 7
In fact, when I look at the options, the first one I try is 2.5. With practice, you will gain the instinct.

Hi karishma,
I have been able to solve most of the questions from work, speeed distane & mixtures. However i always solve them using the algebraic approach which eats up a lot of time. I have seen you solving questions by a logical approach that saves a considerable bit of time. I have tried solving that way but I just cant get going. Could you please advice me on how to develop this skill??
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I have been able to solve most of the questions from work, speeed distane & mixtures. However i always solve them using the algebraic approach which eats up a lot of time. I have seen you solving questions by a logical approach that saves a considerable bit of time. I have tried solving that way but I just cant get going. Could you please advice me on how to develop this skill??


It needs practice. You need to believe that you can solve the question very quickly for you to be able to think up of logical approaches. In GMAT, you can solve almost every question within two minutes so if you get a big complicated equation, you can be sure that you are missing something. If the question looks really complicated, we know there has to be a trick (In fact, one tends to overlook the so called short-cuts when questions are simple and don't take much time anyway).
I would suggest you to read up and practice the logical solutions - once you understand the logic, try using it in other questions. Don't worry about the time factor. I discuss some logic based ideas regularly on my blog. Check it out:

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Re: A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of [#permalink] New post 08 May 2013, 03:27
I would prefer substituting answers rather than solving the equation to save time. In actual test, i was way past time, took more than 3 mins to solve the Q. Later offline, i used substitution after arriving at the initial set of below equations for Time. It was so easy and less troublesome.

UPSTREAM:
V-3 = 90 / (T + 1/2)

DOWNSTREAM
V+3 = 90 / T
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Re: A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of [#permalink] New post 20 Mar 2014, 12:19
2.5 hrs..A set of best possible option spares u the horror of solving the equations..

90 miles is the distance traveled downstream..2.5 is the only only option that divides 90..I am pretty sure the speeds are never (25.12+3) & (25.12-3)..So we can safely assume an integer..2.5 & 3 are the set of speeds that aptly fit in.

took me just 10 secs..
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Re: A boat traveled upstream 90 miles at an average speed of [#permalink] New post 25 Aug 2014, 05:38
Let's solve this problem by using ratios. As the trip upstream (U) took a half hour longer than the trip downstream (D), the ratios of time - U:D = 3:2. So the ratios of speed equals to 2:3.

Given speed: U = s-3, D = s+3.

(s-3) / (s+3) = 2/3. When you solve you will find that s = 15. Then 90 / (15+3) = 5. But as 5 isn't an aswer choice, we divide it by 2 and get 2.5.
The answer is 2.5.
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