# SOLUTION: one car is traveling 30 mph faster than the other. The faster car goes 90 miles in the ssame time the slower car travels 60 miles. How fast are the cars traveling?

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 Question 454595: one car is traveling 30 mph faster than the other. The faster car goes 90 miles in the ssame time the slower car travels 60 miles. How fast are the cars traveling?Answer by jorel1380(2518)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!90/x+30=60/x 90x=60x+1800 30x=1800 x=60 mph x+30= 90 mph..