From Nancy: Two trains, each of 80 cars, must pass on a single track which has a deadend siding. How can they pass if the siding can only hold a locomotive and 40 cars?

I do not understand this...help. It will be due monday. I thought it would be simple if the siding could hold 80 cars. Answered by Penny Nom.

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