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Sarah and Michael ran from point A to point B, immediately turned and

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Sarah and Michael ran from point A to point B, immediately turned and ran back to point A, without stopping at all. Points A and B are in a straight line. If Sarah ran at a higher average speed than Michael and both of them maintained their same individual speeds during this entire race, then Sarah beat Michael by how many minutes?

(1) Sarah reached point B 10 minutes before Michael.

(2) Distance between point A and point B is 2 miles.
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Sarah and Michael ran from point A to point B, immediately turned and ran back to point A, without stopping at all. Points A and B are in a straight line. If Sarah ran at a higher average speed than Michael and both of them maintained their same individual speeds during this entire race, then Sarah beat Michael by how many minutes?

(1) Sarah reached point B 10 minutes before Michael.

(2) Distance between point A and point B is 2 miles.


Statement 1 :- Clearly is sufficient to answer.

Statement 2:- Distance b/w A and B is 2 miles. But we don't know the time taken to finish the entire race or speed of Sarah and Michael. Hence not sufficient.

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