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In article <200310130955.h9D9t7V24583@proapp.mathforum.org>, prem <prem_sah1@rediffmail.com> wrote:

Oct 15, 2003 4:05:47 PMOct 15, 2003 4:05:47 PMqt4yn2oc02@sneakemail.com0Re: Fly problem, alternative solution?
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dear sir Please help me solving this problem Two trains 200 miles apart are moving toward each other; each one is going at a speed of]]>Oct 13, 2003 5:55:07 AMOct 13, 2003 5:55:07 AMprem_sah1@rediffmail.com1Re: Fly problem, alternative solution?
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> Sure. I'll set the problem up, and you can finish it. > Pick one of the trains as you reference point, and]]>Feb 8, 1997 2:30:31 PMFeb 8, 1997 2:30:31 PMdevalmont@geocities.com0Re: Fly problem, alternative solution?
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> > If you notice the whole thing lasts 2 hours, you see at once the > answer is 150]]>Feb 8, 1997 2:29:42 PMFeb 8, 1997 2:29:42 PMdevalmont@geocities.com0Re: Fly problem, alternative solution?
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In article <32FA8404.5DD6@geocities.com>, Luka Crnkovic <devalmont@geocities.com> wrote: Feb 7, 1997 9:52:33 AMFeb 7, 1997 9:52:33 AMikastan@alumnae.caltech.edu1Re: Fly problem, alternative solution?
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Luka Crnkovic wrote: > > Everybody has heard the problem: > > Two trains 200 miles apart are]]>Feb 6, 1997 8:23:16 PMFeb 6, 1997 8:23:16 PMjim.hunter@jhuapl.edu1Fly problem, alternative solution?
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Everybody has heard the problem:

Two trains 200 miles apart are moving toward each other; each one is going at a speed of 50]]>Feb 6, 1997 8:23:16 PMFeb 6, 1997 8:23:16 PMdevalmont@geocities.com6