Posted by **Darcy ( Please Reply, thank you)** on Monday, December 9, 2013 at 6:44am.

At 9am, ship B was 65 miles due east of another ship, A. Ship B was then sailing due west at 10 miles per hour, and A was sailing due south at 15 miles per hour. If they continue their respective courses, when will they be nearest one another?

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