Two trains leave a city at the same time. One train goes west at a constant rate of 80 mph. The other goes east at a rate of 60 mph. How long will it take the trains to be 1,050 miles apart? A. 75 hours B. 17.5 hours C. 13 hours D. 7.5 hours
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User: Two trains leave a city at the same time. One train goes west at a constant rate of 80 mph. The other goes east at a rate of 60 mph. How long will it take the trains to be 1,050 miles apart? A. 75 hours B. 17.5 hours C. 13 hours D. 7.5 hours

Weegy: B. 17.5 hours

User: A hurricane traveled 180 miles in 4 hours. If the average rate at which the hurricane is moving slows by 10%, what is the distance that the hurricane will travel in the following 6 hours? A. 330 miles B. 297 miles C. 243 miles D. 210 miles

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A hurricane traveled 180 miles in 4 hours. Therefore it traveled 45 miles in 1 hour. If the average rate slows by 10%, it will travel 45 - 4.5 miles in 1 hour = 40.5 miles. In 6 hours it will travel 40.5 x 6 miles = 243 miles.
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