Posted by **Catherine** on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 12:01am.

Amtrail trains provide efficient, nonstop transportation between Los Angeles and San Diego. Train A leaves Los Angeles headed toward San Diego at the same time that Train B leaves San Diego headed for Los Angeles, traveling on parallel tracks. Train A travels at a constant speed of 84 miles per hour. Train B travels at a constant speed of 92 miles per hour. The two stations are 132 miles apart. How long after they leave their respective stations do the trains meet?

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