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Jason can drive from his home to his office by one of two possible routes. If he must also return by one of these routes, what is the distance of the shorter route?

(1) Jason averages 25 miles per hour for the 2-hour drive taking the short route.
(2) When he drives both ways, from his home to his office and back, by the longer route, he drives a total of 120 miles.

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Jason can drive from his home to his office by one of two possible routes. If he must also return by one of these routes, what is the distance of the shorter route?

(1) Jason averages 25 miles per hour for the 2-hour drive taking the short route.
It suggests the shorter route is 25* 2 = 50 miles.
Suff.

(2) When he drives both ways, from his home to his office and back, by the longer route, he drives a total of 120 miles.
longer route = 60 miles.

No mention of shorter route. NS.

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