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Yes, but any faster and you'll eventually hit the car in front of you?

Q: If a car is traveling 55 MPH can the car behind it be going 55 MPH too?

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100 kph is going 62.14 mph.

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.

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They are virtually identical: 113 km/h = 70.2149 mph

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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.

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