SOLUTION: two airports, one in california and one in new york, are 3000 miles apart. a plane leaving california is traveling to new york at 200 miles per hour. another leaving new york is tr

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Complex Numbers Question 557863: two airports, one in california and one in new york, are 3000 miles apart. a plane leaving california is traveling to new york at 200 miles per hour. another leaving new york is traveling to california at 250 miles per hour. when will the two planes pass each other?Answer by Alan3354(30993)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!two airports, one in california and one in new york, are 3000 miles apart. a plane leaving california is traveling to new york at 200 miles per hour. another leaving new york is traveling to california at 250 miles per hour. when will the two planes pass each other? ----------------- 3000/450 = 6 2/3 hour = 6 hours 40 minutes after takeoff, unless they stop to refuel before that. Planes that slow seldom have 6 hours of endurance.