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 Passing On A Track (Posted on 2014-01-29)
Two cars (A and B) start at the starting line at the same time on a 3-mile long track, going in opposite directions. As they drive around the course, they pass each other many times. Exactly one hour after starting, they pass each other for the 33rd time. At this point car A has completed exactly 20 laps. What is the average speed of Car B?

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Well, if A has gone 20 full laps, and they have passed 33 times, then B has gone 13 laps in the opposite direction.  13 laps = 39 miles, so B has averaged 39 miles per hour.
 Posted by Steve Herman on 2014-01-29 11:27:11

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