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Jack and Mack start simultaneously towards each other from two places

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Jack and Mack start simultaneously towards each other from two places which are 1260 km apart. They travel with respective speeds of 130 kmph and 122 kmph. What is the total distance they covered in the last minute before they cross each other?

A. 2.8 km
B. 3.4 km
C. 3.6 km
D. 4.2 km
E. 5.0 km

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They are travelling a combined 130+122 = 252km per hour
Distance traveled in 1 min = 252/60 = 4.2km
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