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20 October, 17:48

At a track meet, Tim ran at a constant speed of 300 meters per minute. After 8 minutes, he still had 600 meters left to run. The distance Tim ran was three times as long as the distance Eric ran. What was the distance that Eric ran?

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  1. 20 October, 19:16
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    Okay so 300 meters per minute and he ran 8 minutes ...

    300x8=2400

    He still had 600 left to go ...

    2400+600=3,000

    He had to run three times longer than Eric ...

    3000/3=1000

    Does that make sense?
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