Posted by **Adam** on Thursday, October 28, 2010 at 3:39pm.

Two runners approaching each other on a straight track have constant speeds as shown, while they are 100m apart. How long will it take for the runners to meet if they maintain their respective speeds?

one runner is running 4.5m/s while the other is 3.5m/s

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