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Mike travels in an airplane a distance of 2160 miles. For one-half of the distance, the airplane flies at a speed of 540 miles per hour, and for the rest of the distance, it flies at a speed of 680 miles per hour. How long does the trip take?
Mike's airplane trip took 3 hours. For one-third of that time, the airplane flew at a speed of 660 miles per hour, and for the rest of the time, it flew at a speed of 780 miles per hour. What distance did Mike travel?
Noah's airplane trip took 2.2 hours. For one-half of that time, the airplane flew at a speed of 500 miles per hour, and for the rest of the time, it flew at a speed of 700 miles per hour. What distance did Noah travel?
The trip takes 3 hours and 35 minutes or 3.6 hours.
Mike traveled 2220 miles.
Noah traveled 1320 miles.
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