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why it is not poss to drive 1.5 times slower? if it is possible to drive 1.5 times faster , why not slower also? X is 1.5 times slower than Y is the same thing as X is 0.66times as fast as Y.

if A drives at 100 kmph, B drives at 66 kmph, then B is 1.5 times slower than B.

why it is not poss to drive 1.5 times slower? if it is possible to drive 1.5 times faster , why not slower also? X is 1.5 times slower than Y is the same thing as X is 0.66times as fast as Y.

if A drives at 100 kmph, B drives at 66 kmph, then B is 1.5 times slower than B.

Easy arjtryarjtry.... As per my understanding 1.5 times 100km/h would be 150 km/hr.. so thats why I said it aint possible.
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why it is not poss to drive 1.5 times slower? if it is possible to drive 1.5 times faster , why not slower also? X is 1.5 times slower than Y is the same thing as X is 0.66times as fast as Y.

if A drives at 100 kmph, B drives at 66 kmph, then B is 1.5 times slower than B.

Easy arjtryarjtry.... As per my understanding 1.5 times 100km/h would be 150 km/hr.. so thats why I said it aint possible.

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----------------------------------------------------------- 'It's not the ride, it's the rider'

why it is not poss to drive 1.5 times slower? if it is possible to drive 1.5 times faster , why not slower also? X is 1.5 times slower than Y is the same thing as X is 0.66times as fast as Y.

if A drives at 100 kmph, B drives at 66 kmph, then B is 1.5 times slower than B.

Easy arjtryarjtry.... As per my understanding 1.5 times 100km/h would be 150 km/hr.. so thats why I said it aint possible.

So, what is your answer, I also think it is impossible, let's say A goes at 100m/h, if B goes 1.5 times faster, it would be 150m/h over the 100m/h, or 250m/h. Now if B is going 1.5 times slower then it would be 150m/h under the 100m/h, or -50m/h. If going on reverse counts as -50m/h then it might be possible, but you have to be moving away from the goal or target, so you would never get there.
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