# SOLUTION: if two trains are running in the same position with speeds, 29k/h and 56k/h respectively and the faster train take 16 seconds to cross one passenger of the slower train then what i

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Travel Word Problems Question 617602: if two trains are running in the same position with speeds, 29k/h and 56k/h respectively and the faster train take 16 seconds to cross one passenger of the slower train then what is the length of the faster train? Answer by stanbon(57342)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!if two trains are running in the same position with speeds, 29k/h and 56k/h respectively and the faster train take 16 seconds to cross one passenger of the slower train then what is the length of the faster train? ------ They are passing a point between them at [29k/h + 56k/h] = 85k/h ? per ? ------- IF those ?'s are meters per second the answer would be Ans: 18[85k/h] meters ==================================== Cheers, Stan H. ===================