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How to Solve GMAT Maths Motion Questions (Video)

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GMAT maths motion questions are part of the Quantitative section of the test. Refresh your high-school knowledge by watching this video lesson.


You can learn how to solve advanced motion questions in which there are multiple trips and/or multiple travellers. Or you can just improve your GMAT skills and increase your speed of coping with this type of task.

Here is the sample question:

Ata and Carl both departed Townville at noon. Ata travelled by 100 kilometers per hour, and Carl travelled at 75 kilometers per hour. If Ata arrived at Villageton one hour earlier than Carl, what is the distance in kilometers, from Townville to Villageton?

Watch the video for the step-by-step solution and explanations.

Have a question? Just post it in the comments box below or in the Forum’s GMAT Quantitative section.

 

 

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