# SOLUTION: Two runners start running laps at the same time, from the same starting position. George runs a lap in 50s;Sally runs a lap in 30s. When will the runners next be side by side?

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 Question 249435: Two runners start running laps at the same time, from the same starting position. George runs a lap in 50s;Sally runs a lap in 30s. When will the runners next be side by side?Answer by checkley77(12569)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!HERE YOU NEED TO FIND THE LCD FOR THESE 2 TIMES 50=2*5*5 30=2*3*5 THE LCD=2*5*5*3=2*25*3=150 SECONDS THEY WILL MEET.