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QOne athlete won a 100-meter race with a time of 9.69 seconds

One athlete won a 100-meter race with a time of 9.69 seconds. Another athlete won a previous 100-meter race in 15.0 seconds. If they ran in the same race repeating their respective times, by how many meters would the faster athlete win?

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#1SANAnswered at 2013-03-09 06:52:33
One athlete won a 100-meter race with a time of 9.69 seconds. Another athlete won a previous 100-meter race in 15.0 seconds. If they ran in the same race repeating their respective times, by how many meters would the faster athlete win? : Find the speed of the second runner {{{100/15}}} = 6{{{2/3}}} meter/sec : Find how far he would run 9.69 seconds 9.69 * 6.667 = 64.6 meters : 100 - 64.6 = 35.4 meters behind the 1st runner when he cross the finish line
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