# SOLUTION: At one point, Jerry is 110 feet behind Sheri. If Jerry is traveling at a speed of 45 mph and Sheri is traveling at a speed of 30 mph, how long does it take Jerry to catch Sheri?

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Travel Word Problems Question 215643: At one point, Jerry is 110 feet behind Sheri. If Jerry is traveling at a speed of 45 mph and Sheri is traveling at a speed of 30 mph, how long does it take Jerry to catch Sheri?Answer by Alan3354(31538)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!At one point, Jerry is 110 feet behind Sheri. If Jerry is traveling at a speed of 45 mph and Sheri is traveling at a speed of 30 mph, how long does it take Jerry to catch Sheri? --------------------- Jerry is gaining on Sheri at 15 mph (45-30). 15 mph = 22 ft/sec 110/22 = 5 seconds.