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# There are two cars. One is 200 miles north of the other. Simultaneousl

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There are two cars. One is 200 miles north of the other. Simultaneously, the car to the north is driven westward at 20 miles per hour and the other car is driven eastward at 30 miles per hour. How many miles apart are the cars after 3 hours?

a) 225
b) 250
c) 275
d) 300
e) 350

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07 Apr 2019, 12:22
globaldesi wrote:
There are two cars. One is 200 miles north of the other. Simultaneously, the car to the north is driven westward at 20 miles per hour and the other car is driven eastward at 30 miles per hour. How many miles apart are the cars after 3 hours?

a) 225
b) 250
c) 275
d) 300
e) 350

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