MATH SOLVE

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# Two trains simultaneously left points M and N and headed towards each other. The distance between point M and point N is 380 mi. The speed of the train, which started, from point N was 5 mph faster than the speed of the other train. In two hours after the departure the distance between the trains was 30 mi. What is the speed of each train?

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Answer:speed of train from station M = 85miles per hourspeed of train from station N = 90miles per hourStep-by-step explanation:Given that,distance between two points M and N is 380 milesSuppose speed of trainM is xSo speed of trainN is 5 + xFormula to usedistance = speed x timefor the train from point Md = x * 2d = 2x for the train from point Nd = (5 + x) * 2 the above 2 distances plus 30 miles equals 380 milesEquation2x + 2(x+5) + 30 = 3802x + 2x + 10 + 30 = 3804x + 40 = 3804x = 380 - 404x = 340x = 340/4x = 85 mph for trainMput the value in second train's speedx + 5 85 + 5 = 90 mph for trainN