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How to set up this speed/distance/time problem?

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April and Bob are 20 miles apart. April and Bob start running straight towards each other, but at different speeds. If April runs at 4 miles per hour, and Bob runs at 2.5 miles per hour, how do I set up the algebra to find out the time they would run into each other?

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April and Bob are 20 miles apart. April and Bob start running straight towards each other, but at different speeds. If April runs at 4 miles per hour, and Bob runs at 2.5 miles per hour, how do I set up the algebra to find out the time they would run into each other?


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