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Niles and Bob sailed at the same time for the same length of time. Niles' sailboat traveled 20 miles at a speed of 5 mph, while Bob's motorboat traveled 56 miles at a speed of 14 mph. For how long were Niles and Bob traveling?

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  1. 20/5 = ?
    56/14 = ?

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