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a car traveling 41.6 m/s is 190 m behind a truck traveling 19.4 m/s. how long will it take the car to reach the truck?

  1. Henry

    When the car catches up, it would have traveled 190 m. farther than the truck:

    41.6t = 19.4t + 190
    Solve for t.

  2. Bola

    8.56

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