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− | Jack and Jill run 10 km. They start at the same point, run 5 km up a hill, and reurn to the starting point by the same route. Jack has a 10 minute head start and runs at the rate of 15 km/hr uphill and 20 km/hr downhill. Jill runs 16 km/hr uphill and 22 km/hr downhill. How far from the top of the hill are they when they pass each other going in opposite directions? | + | Jack and Jill run 10 km. They start at the same point, run 5 km up a hill, and reurn to the starting point by the same route. Jack has a 10 minute head start and runs at the rate of 15 km/hr uphill and 20 km/hr downhill. Jill runs 16 km/hr uphill and 22 km/hr downhill. How far from the top of the hill are they when they pass each other going in opposite directions (in km)? |
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+ | <math>\text{(A) } \frac{5}{4}\quad | ||
+ | \text{(B) } \frac{35}{27}\quad | ||
+ | \text{(C) } \frac{27}{20}\quad | ||
+ | \text{(D) } \frac{7}{3}\quad | ||
+ | \text{(E) } \frac{28}{49}</math> | ||
== Solution == | == Solution == |
Revision as of 16:29, 28 September 2014
Problem
Jack and Jill run 10 km. They start at the same point, run 5 km up a hill, and reurn to the starting point by the same route. Jack has a 10 minute head start and runs at the rate of 15 km/hr uphill and 20 km/hr downhill. Jill runs 16 km/hr uphill and 22 km/hr downhill. How far from the top of the hill are they when they pass each other going in opposite directions (in km)?
Solution
See also
1991 AHSME (Problems • Answer Key • Resources) | ||
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