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# A plane flying from Europe to South America takes 12.4

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A plane flying from Europe to South America takes 12.4 hours. The return trip takes 10.25 hours. If the average ground speed of a plane is 700 km/h, what is the distance between Europe and South American cities?

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18 Nov 2007, 16:48
Same here...

I think question can be reworded as distance is approximatey equal to:

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