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Two boats 2011-11-30
From Shayan:
A boat is traveling 20 miles per hour when it passes a lighthouse. another boat is traveling at 15 miles per hour when it passes a point. the lighthouse and the point are 175 miles apart. when will the boats pass each other?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two Boats 2009-05-16
From Simon:
Two boats, one travelling towards the east and the other travelling towards the north, are 10 km apart afetr an hour. If the speed of one boat is 2 more than the speed of the other boat, what is the speed of the faster boat?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
How far are the boats apart? 2008-11-14
From dom:
Two boats leave port at the same time. They leave at 150 degree angle. One boat travels at 10mph and the other at 20mph. After two hours how far are the boats apart?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Average speed 2001-05-01
From Tom:
A ship goes in one direction, west to Hawaii, at 20 nautical miles per hour and, because of the wind, makes the return trip at 30 nautical miles per hour. What is the average speed?
Answered by Claude Tardif.
Two boats 2001-04-19
From Pat:
Two boats head directly toward each other, one of them traveling 12 miles per hour and the other traveling 17 miles per hour. They begin at a distance of 20 miles from each other. How far apart are they one minute before they collide?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two ferry boats 2001-03-25
From Gil:
Two ferry boats leave from opposite shores. One is faster than the other. They meet 720 yards from the nearest shore. They proceed to destination and upon returning they meet 400 yards from the other shore. What is the exact width of the river.
Answered by Penny Nom.
 
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