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# The distance from Steve s house to work is 30 Km. On the way

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06 Aug 2004, 07:07
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The distance from Steveâ€™s house to work is 30 Km. On the way back Steve drives twice as fast as he did on the way to work. Altogether, Steve is spending 6 hours a day on the roads. What is Steveâ€™s speed on the way back from work?

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06 Aug 2004, 07:23
D. 15

Sum up the times for each directions.
(30/V) + (30/2V) = 6.

V=7.5
2V=15.

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06 Aug 2004, 09:39
Dookie wrote:
D. 15

Sum up the times for each directions.
(30/V) + (30/2V) = 6.

V=7.5
2V=15.

exactly the same for me

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06 Aug 2004, 16:35
30/x + 30/2x = 6

x = 7.5

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06 Aug 2004, 16:35
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