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# time speed di

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21 Nov 2017, 11:04
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While walking down the pavements of New York city, I notice that every 20 minutes there is a city bus coming in the opposite direction and every 30 minutes there is a city bus overtaking me from behind. What is the time gap between one city bus passing a stationary point known as Local Bus Stop beside the bus route and the immediately next city bus in the same direction passing the stationary point?

is there any way to do this question with proportionality ??

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23 Nov 2017, 08:17
sr313 wrote:
While walking down the pavements of New York city, I notice that every 20 minutes there is a city bus coming in the opposite direction and every 30 minutes there is a city bus overtaking me from behind. What is the time gap between one city bus passing a stationary point known as Local Bus Stop beside the bus route and the immediately next city bus in the same direction passing the stationary point?

is there any way to do this question with proportionality ??

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