Posted by **tia** on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 12:33pm.

two cyclists go around a race track repeatedly. the first cyclist takes 105 seconds to complete a circuit. the other cyclist takes 75 seconds. they begin together at the starting line.

calculate the length of time, in minutes and seconds that would have elapsed before they are together again at the starting line.

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