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March 3, 2015

Posted by **mary** on Monday, May 3, 2010 at 8:02pm.

- 7th grade -
**Ishana Mishti Aapke Babe**, Saturday, July 3, 2010 at 12:02am-Point 1-

Person 1: 65 m

Person 2: 70 m

-Point 2-

Person 1: 130 m

Person 2: 140 m

-Point 3-

Person 1: 195 m

Person 2: 210 m

-Point 4-

Person 1: 260 m

Person 2: 280 m

-Point 5-

Person 1: 325 m

Person 2: 350 m

-Point 6-

Person 1: 390 m

Person 2: 420 m

-Point 7-

Person 1: 455 m

Person 2: 490 m

-Point 8-

Person 1: 520 m

Person 2: 560 m

-Point 9-

Person 1: 585 m

Person 2: 630 m

Get the pattern? Keep on going and you'll get the same point where they come together later.

Ex:

-Point 10-

Multiply Person 1 (65) times point number (10) and multiply Person 2 (70) times point number (10)

So on...

Hope I helped!

-6th grader

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