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Mr.X arrived at his home at 12:00.

If he had traveled 15 km/h faster, he would arrive 1 hour earlier.

If he had traveled 10 km/h slower, he would arrive 1 hour later.

What is his rate, when did he departed and how long (in km) did he traveled?

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Mr.X arrived at his home at 12:00.

If he had traveled 15 km/h faster, he would arrive 1 hour earlier.

If he had traveled 10 km/h slower, he would arrive 1 hour later.

What is his rate, when did he departed and how long (in km) did he traveled?

Please excuse me because of my silliness.

The true problem was that:

Erase "faster" and "slower" words. Add "at 15 km/h" and "at 10 km/s".

It became an easy one now, anyway.

Excuse me for annoyance.

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Please excuse me because of my silliness.

The true problem was that:

Erase "faster" and "slower" words. Add "at 15 km/h" and "at 10 km/s".

It became an easy one now, anyway.

Excuse me for annoyance.

"at 15 km/h" and "at 10 km/H"?

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Please excuse me because of my silliness.

The true problem was that:

Erase "faster" and "slower" words. Add "at 15 km/h" and "at 10 km/s".

It became an easy one now, anyway.

Excuse me for annoyance.

Total distance = 60 Km

If he traveled at 15 Km/h it would have taken 4 hours

If he traveled at 10 Km/h it would have taken him 6 hours

It took him five hours because he traveled at 12 Km/h

He left at 7:00

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