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A two car competition 2016-02-02
From Christian:
Question: Two cars are racing to a fixed point and back. One car travels 70 MPH both ways While the other travels 60 MPH there and 80 MPH back, which car won the race? It is not a tie.
Answered by Penny Nom.
What is the speed of each car? 2010-11-04
From Jennifer:
two cars are 420 miles apart and traveling towards each other along the same road. They meet in 3.5 hours. One car is traveling 15mph slower than the other. What is the speed of each car? This must be solved using a system of equation, I have no idea?
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.
Two cars on a circular track 2010-08-12
From david:
If two cars starts to drive at point 1 and go in a circle when will they meet? (one cars speed is faster the other ) all I need is a formula
Answered by Tyler Wood.
How fast is the distance between the two cars decreasing? 2009-12-08
From Jenny:
Two cares are on a collision course toward point P. The paths of the two cars make a 30 degree angle with each other. The first car is 40 km from P, and traveling toward P at 16 km/hour. The second car is 50 km from P, traveling at 20 km/hour. How fast is the (straight line) distance between the two cars decreasing. (Hint: Law of Cosines)
Answered by Harley Weston.
Two cars 2009-08-09
From Jayna:
If a car was traveling 20mph east and another car was traveling 30mph west, assuming they were 300 miles apart, at what point would they collide at the center?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Two cars 2003-07-09
From Nicole:
Two cars start off at the same point on a striaght highway facing opposite directions. Each car drives 6 miles, talkes a left turn, and drives for 8 miles. How far apart are the two cars.
Answered by Penny Nom.



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