Average speed

When the bus stops at bus stops driving average speed is 45 km/h. If it did not stop it drive at speed 54 km/h. How many minutes of every hour it spend at stops?

Correct result:

t =  10 min


45•1 = 54•(1-t/60)

54t = 540

t = 10

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