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#11 bhramarraj


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Posted 08 June 2012 - 11:10 AM

Spoiler for a little bit of explanation

Spoiler for a little bit of explanation

Well said....! Another unique sets of speeds is D=56, U=42, L=48.
In this case (If time of travell remains same); Two equations will be:
Adding both equations we get:
14(D+L+U)= 6*7*8*9
Therefore D+L+U=216
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