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Posted by sydney on Wednesday, October 31, 2012 at 5:50pm.

Two runners start moving from the same point A on a circular track but in oppostite directions. Their speeds are 5 ft. per second and 9 ft. per second. If they start at the same time and finish when they first meet at point A again, how many times do they meet, excluding the start and finish?

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