Q: Bob driving a new Ford travels 330 miles in the same amount of time it takes John driving an old Chevy and traveling 10 miles per hour faster to travel 390 miles How fast is Bob driving?

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We know that the time traveled is 5 hours, since a car going 10 mph faster travels an extra 50 miles over the same amount of time.Dividing 300 miles by 5 hours, we get 60 mph. Since the car is traveling 10 mph, the car is traveling 70 mph.

The red car travels 20 m in 2 secs so its average velocity is 10 ms-1, which is greater than the blue car.

Car 1: 30 MPHCar 2: 40 MPH

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Depends entirely on the speed at which you are traveling. Faster the speed, shorter the time.

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