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A truck and a van leave the same location at the same time traveling

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A truck and a van leave the same location at the same time traveling in opposite directions. In how many hours will the two vehicles be 405 miles apart?

(1) The truck travels due east at 70 miles per hour.
(2) The van travels due west at 65 miles per hour.

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IMO C

let the speed of truck be x and that of van be y
t=405/(x+y)
so we need the value of both the speed. Hence C
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A truck and a van leave the same location at the same time traveling in opposite directions. In how many hours will the two vehicles be 405 miles apart?

(1) The truck travels due east at 70 miles per hour.
(2) The van travels due west at 65 miles per hour.



given t=405/(x+y)

from :1 x=70 ;
insufficient.

from :2 y=65 ;
insufficient.

Combining both we will get value of t

So C.
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