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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
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The correct answer should have units of length (distance).
Also, we cannot add/subtract velocities and time, it has no meaning. Therefore, we can immediately eliminate answers B, D and E.
The expression in A has units of time, so it cannot be the correct answer.
Only C is left, and it is the correct answer. It also has the correct units of length.

Formally, if we denote by D the distance we are looking for, we can write the equation:
D/x + D/y = t, from which, solving for D we get D =xyt/(x+y).
(time spent jogging + time spent walking = total time)

Answer: C

Note: The answer should not depend on whether Aaron first jogs and then walks, or the other way around. This means that the expression for the distance should be symmetrical in x and y (meaning, it doesn't change if we switch between x and y). The only expressions on the list of answers which fulfill this condition are C and D. But D has velocities added to time, therefore it cannot be correct.
This is just another way to easily pinpoint the correct answer.
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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
(B) (x+t)/xy
(C) xyt/(x+y)
(D) (x+y+t)/xy
(E) (y+t)/x-t/y

Algebraic approach:

Say the distance Aaron jogs is \(d\) miles, notice that the distance Aaron walks back will also be \(d\) miles (since he walks back home on the same route).

Next, total time \(t\) would be equal to the time he spends on jogging plus the time he spends on walking: \(\frac{d}{x}+\frac{d}{y}=t\) --> \(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\).

Answer: C.

Number picking approach:

Say the distance in 10 miles, \(x=10\) mile/hour and \(y=5\) mile/hour (pick x and y so that they will be factors of 10).

So, Aaron spends on jogging 10/10=1 hour and on walking 10/5=2 hours, so total time \(t=1+2=3\) hours.

Now, we have that \(x=10\), \(y=5\) and \(t=3\). Plug these values into the answer choices to see which gives 10 miles. Only answer choice C fits: \(\frac{xyt}{x+y}=\frac{10*5*3}{10+5}=10\).

Answer: C.

Note that for plug-in method it might happen that for some particular number(s) more than one option may give "correct" answer. In this case just pick some other numbers and check again these "correct" options only.

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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
(B) (x+t)/xy
(C) xyt/(x+y)
(D) (x+y+t)/xy
(E) (y+t)/x-t/y

Algebraic approach:

Say the distance Aaron jogs is \(d\) miles, notice that the distance Aaron walks back will also be \(d\) miles (since he walks back home on the same route).

Next, total time \(t\) would be equal to the time he spends on jogging plus the time he spends on walking: \(\frac{d}{x}+\frac{d}{y}=t\) --> \(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\).

Answer: C.

Number picking approach:

Say the distance in 10 miles, \(x=10\) mile/hour and \(y=5\) mile/hour (pick x and y so that they will be factors of 10).

So, Aaron spends on jogging 10/10=1 hour and on walking 10/5=2 hours, so total time \(t=1+2=3\) hours.

Now, we have that \(x=10\), \(y=5\) and \(t=3\). Plug these values into the answer choices to see which gives 10 miles. Only answer choice C fits: \(\frac{xyt}{x+y}=\frac{10*5*3}{10+5}=10\).

Answer: C.

Note that for plug-in method it might happen that for some particular number(s) more than one option may give "correct" answer. In this case just pick some other numbers and check again these "correct" options only.

Hope it helps.


This is a question for which an algebraic approach would be much faster than number picking.
When working with numbers, one easily forgets about units and meanings, and for example, we have no problem in adding speeds to time. Such operations have no meaning in the real, physical world. Once you see x + t or y + t, don't even bother to check that answer.

So, don't be afraid of letters and a little algebra. And first of all, think of the meaning!!!
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 20 Jul 2012, 20:33
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Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
(B) (x+t)/xy
(C) xyt/(x+y)
(D) (x+y+t)/xy
(E) (y+t)/x-t/y

A note here:

When one travels at speed x for time t and at a speed y for time t (same amount of time), the average speed for the journey is (x+y)/2 i.e. arithmetic mean of x and y.
This is because average speed = Total Distance/Total time = (xt + yt)/2t = (x + y)/2

When one travels at speed x for distance d and at a speed y for distance d (same distance), the average speed for the journey is 2xy/(x+y)
This is so because average speed = Total Distance/Total time = 2d/(d/x + d/y) = 2xy/(x + y)

You don't really need to learn these formulas but knowing that there are these special cases will increase your speed. Once you use them a couple of times, you will automatically remember these.

In this question, if you know that average speed will be 2xy/(x+y), you multiply it by t to get total distance traveled which is 2xyt/(x+y). So distance one way must be xyt/(x+y)
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 06:10
I got confused, I thought this question is saying t hrs for jogging and t hours for walking are separate.
Got answer something like.
D=2dx/(x+y)

Where D is miles after t hours he started walking.
d one side distance.

sufficient to guess look alike option, but I was damm wrong in understanding this question ..... silly++ mistake.
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 21 Sep 2013, 07:32
Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

In other words, what is the combined time of him jogging and walking (t1+t2)

x=d/t
5/10/2

y=d/t
2=10/5

total time = 7

5*2*7/(7)
70/7 = 10

d=10

ANSWER: (C) xyt/(x+y)
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 17 Dec 2013, 09:20
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SOLUTION

Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
(B) (x+t)/xy
(C) xyt/(x+y)
(D) (x+y+t)/xy
(E) (y+t)/x-t/y

Algebraic approach:

Say the distance Aaron jogs is \(d\) miles, notice that the distance Aaron walks back will also be \(d\) miles (since he walks back home on the same route).

Next, total time \(t\) would be equal to the time he spends on jogging plus the time he spends on walking: \(\frac{d}{x}+\frac{d}{y}=t\) --> \(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\).

Answer: C.

Number picking approach:

Say the distance in 10 miles, \(x=10\) mile/hour and \(y=5\) mile/hour (pick x and y so that they will be factors of 10).

So, Aaron spends on jogging 10/10=1 hour and on walking 10/5=2 hours, so total time \(t=1+2=3\) hours.

Now, we have that \(x=10\), \(y=5\) and \(t=3\). Plug these values into the answer choices to see which gives 10 miles. Only answer choice C fits: \(\frac{xyt}{x+y}=\frac{10*5*3}{10+5}=10\).

Answer: C.

Note that for plug-in method it might happen that for some particular number(s) more than one option may give "correct" answer. In this case just pick some other numbers and check again these "correct" options only.

Hope it helps.



Hi, I do not understand how you did this step:

\(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\)

How do you go from the leftward equation to the right? Can you explain in more detail? Thanks in advance.
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SOLUTION

Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk back home by the same route at y miles per hour. How many miles from home can Aaron jog so that he spends a total of t hours jogging and walking?

(A) xt/y
(B) (x+t)/xy
(C) xyt/(x+y)
(D) (x+y+t)/xy
(E) (y+t)/x-t/y

Algebraic approach:

Say the distance Aaron jogs is \(d\) miles, notice that the distance Aaron walks back will also be \(d\) miles (since he walks back home on the same route).

Next, total time \(t\) would be equal to the time he spends on jogging plus the time he spends on walking: \(\frac{d}{x}+\frac{d}{y}=t\) --> \(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\).

Answer: C.

Number picking approach:

Say the distance in 10 miles, \(x=10\) mile/hour and \(y=5\) mile/hour (pick x and y so that they will be factors of 10).

So, Aaron spends on jogging 10/10=1 hour and on walking 10/5=2 hours, so total time \(t=1+2=3\) hours.

Now, we have that \(x=10\), \(y=5\) and \(t=3\). Plug these values into the answer choices to see which gives 10 miles. Only answer choice C fits: \(\frac{xyt}{x+y}=\frac{10*5*3}{10+5}=10\).

Answer: C.

Note that for plug-in method it might happen that for some particular number(s) more than one option may give "correct" answer. In this case just pick some other numbers and check again these "correct" options only.

Hope it helps.



Hi, I do not understand how you did this step:

\(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\) --> \(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\)

How do you go from the leftward equation to the right? Can you explain in more detail? Thanks in advance.


\(d(\frac{1}{x}+\frac{1}{y})=t\);

\(d(\frac{y+x}{xy})=t\);

\(d=\frac{xyt}{x+y}\).

Hope it's clear.
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 24 Dec 2013, 04:37
Alternate method

Aaron will jog x miles in 1 hour and will return by walk x miles in x/y hour.
So, Aaron will take (1 + x/y)hr to jog and walk x miles
Or, Aaron will take 1 hr to jog and walk 1/(1 + x/y) miles
Or, Aaron will take t hr to jog and walk t*(xy/(x + y)).

Therefore, answer is (C).
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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 18 Mar 2014, 12:25
If you go by the units approacj in a problem like this..It takes hardly 10 seconds....You spend a min just understanding wat the question is :?:
So option C = (m/sec* m/sec*sec)/m/sec= m

U cannot add distance & time or speed & time..3m+4s= :wtf:
This approach is also easily applicable in area & volume cases to eliminate options..


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Re: Aaron will jog from home at x miles per hour and then walk [#permalink] New post 02 Jul 2015, 04:36
Alternate Method

Let us consider

x = 4

y = 5

The question states that the distance is same

therefore xt = yt

if we say 4 m/hr * 5 hr = 20 m

then 5 m/hr * 4 hr = 20 m

total time is 9 hr

on substituting x = 4 , y = 5 and t = 9 in the options we can get

C) 4 * 5 * 9 / 9 = 20 miles
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