# Cars

Cars started at 7:00 AM.

From point A car run at 40 km per hour, from B car run 70 km per hour. Between A and B is 250 km long road.

When and where will meet (measured from point A)?

From point A car run at 40 km per hour, from B car run 70 km per hour. Between A and B is 250 km long road.

When and where will meet (measured from point A)?

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