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1. Running at an average rate of 8 m/s, a sprinter ran to the end of a track and then jogged back to the starting point at an average rate of 3 m/s. The sprinter took 55 s to run to the end of the track and jog back. Find the length of the track.
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2. A motorboat leaves a harbor and travels at an average speed of 18 mph to an island. The average speed on the return trip was 12 mph. How far was the island from the harbor if the total trip took 5 h?
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3. A motorboat leaves a harbor and travels at an average speed of 9 mph toward a small island. Two hours later a cabin cruiser leaves the same harbor and travels at an average speed of 18 mph toward the same island. In how many hours after the cabin cruiser leaves will the cabin cruiser be alongside the motorboat?
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4. A jet plane traveling at 570 mph overtakes a propellerdriven plane that has had a 2 h head start. The propellerdriven plane is traveling at 190 mph. How far from the starting point does the jet overtake the propellerdriven plane?
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5. Two trains start at the same time from the same place and travel in opposite directions. If the rate of one is 6 miles per hour more than the rate of the other and they are 168 miles apart at the end of 4 hours, what is the rate of the faster train?
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6. As part of flight traning, a student pilot was required to fly to an airport and then return. The average speed on the way to the airport was 100 mph, and the average speed returning was 150 mph. Find the distance between the two airports if the total flight time was 5 h.
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7. Two cyclists start from the same point and ride in opposite directions. One cyclist rides twice as fast as the other. In three hours they are 72 miles apart. Find the rate of each the slower cyclist.
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8. A car traveling at 56 mph overtakes a cyclist who, riding at 14 mph, has had a 3 h head start. How far from the starting point does the car overtake the cyclist?
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9. Two small planes start from the same point and fly in opposite directions. The first plan is flying 25 mph slower than the second plane. In two hoursthe planes are 430 miles apart. Find the rate of each the faster plane.
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10. A bus traveling at a rate of 60 mph overtakes a car traveling at a rate of 45 mph. If the car had a 1 h head start, how far from the starting point does the bus overtake the car?
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11. Two small planes start from the same point and fly in opposite directions. The first plane is flying 25 mph slower than the second plane. In 2 h, the planes are 470 mi apart. Find the rate of the slower plane.
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12. A truck leaves a depot at 11 A.M. and travels at a speed of 45 mph. At noon, a van leaves the same place and travels the same route at a speed of 65 mph.At what time does the van overtake the truck?
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13. A family drove to a resort at an average speed of 25 mph and later returned over the same road at an average speed of 40 mph. Find the distance to the resort if the total driving time was 13 h.
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14. Three campers left their campsite by canoe and paddled downstream at an average rate of 10 mph. They then turned around and paddled back upstream at an average rate of 5 mph to return to their campsite. How long did it take the campers to canoe downstream if the total trip took 1 hr?
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15. A motorcycle breaks down and the rider has to walk the rest of the way to work. The motorcycle was being driven at 45 mph, and the rider walks at a speed of 6 mph. The distance from home to work is 25 miles, and the total time for the trip was 2 hours. How far did the motorcycle go before if broke down?
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16. A student walks and jogs to college each day. The student averages 5 km/hr walking and 9 km/hr jogging. The distance from home to college is 8 km, and the student makes the trip in one hour. How far does the student jog?
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17. On a 130 mi trip, a car traveled at an average speed of 55 mph and then reduced its speed to 40 mph for the remainder of the trip. The trip took a total of 2.5 h. For how long did the car travel at 40 mph?
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18. On a 220 mi trip, a car traveled at an average speed of 50 mph and then reduced its average speed to 35 mph for the remainder of the trip. The trip took a total of 5 h. How long did the car travel at the speed of 50?
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19. An executive drove from home at an average speed of 40 mph to an airport where a helicopter was waiting. The executive boarded the helicopter and flew to the corporate offices at and average speed of 60 mph. The entire distance was 150 mi. The entire trip took 3 h. Find the distance from the airport to the corporate offices.
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