Richard needs to fly from San Diego to Halifax, Nova Scotia and back in order to give an important talk about mathematics. On the way to Halifax, he will get a speed boost from the wind which blows at 50 miles per hour (mph). On the way back, the plane must, unfortunately, fight this wind speed. If the talk lasts 5 hours, and if the distance between the two cities is \(2000\) miles, how fast must the plane fly in mph if the entire trip is to take \(12\) hours?

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Guest Apr 25, 2022

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Did you try "Search" in the top right-hand corner? If you did, you should have seen this link, which is exactly the same question with different numbers: **https://web2.0calc.com/questions/hard-rate-question-help**

Google it and you should see a couple of answers to the same question with DIFFERENT numbers. Change the numbers for your question, since the solution is exactly the same. Good luck to you.

Guest Apr 25, 2022