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Hi;

Please clarify for 5. Do you mean

His favorite was, "what is there to eat." I now realize that I am hungry, see you later.

18) Michelle and Audrey begin walking at noon. Michelle walks from P to Q, back and forth at a constant speed of 3mph. Audrey walks from Q to P, at 2mph, back and forth at a constant speed. They meet each other for the first time at 1 PM. When will they be at POINT Q at the same time?

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^ 5 miles, each segment is 1 mile.

A picture is worth 1000 words - pappym

LCM[8,5,12] = 120 is the way for those that have faith in math. I do not unless it is backed up programming or some other EM way. So, I programmed it first and then looked around for a math solution.

Now how about Aubrey and Michelle?

Did you check my answers yet?

18) Michelle and Audrey begin walking at noon. Michelle walks from P to Q, back and forth at a constant speed of 3mph. Audrey walks from Q to P, at 2mph, back and forth at a constant speed. They meet each other for the first time at 1 PM. When will they be at POINT Q at the same time?

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^ 5 miles, each segment is 1 mile.

How about a bit of clarification on the motion of these two people? Please tell me where Aubrey will be after two hours. Is she back at one or is she at four?

Hmmm, a cyptic comment if ever there was one. What is 49? What book?

If they are made of the same material we can weigh them to get a estimate of the difference in area.

He was born in the late 19th century.

pappym wrote:

All things must pass.

The Oracle wrote:

Everything that has beginning has an end.

Also irrelevant, the story was about Emil who is deceased.

Emil is the person the story is about.