Posted by **ted** on Tuesday, October 4, 2011 at 7:48pm.

Two children on racing bikes start from the same reference point. Child A travels 5.0m/s{right} and child B travels 4.5m/s{right}. How much farther from the point of origin is child A than child B after 5.os?

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w the formula to use to solve it. pls help

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