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A non-stop train leaves city C for city D at 40m.p.h. At the same
time, another train leaves city D for city C at 50 m.p.h. How far apart
are the trains one hour before they meet?
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90 miles, one h├│ur before they meet each train will have to travel 50 and 40 miles respectively to the point of their meeting.
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Agree 90 miles.........
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Thats right. It's an easy problem but some mess with variables;)
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