A skier started from the ski base. 20 minutes after he walked 3,000 m, a second skier stepped out of the same base

A skier started from the ski base. 20 minutes after he walked 3,000 m, a second skier stepped out of the same base in the same direction and caught the first one at a distance of 7,500 m from the base. Find the speed of the skiers

1) 3000: 20 = 150 (m / min) – speed of the first skier
2) 7500 – 3000 = 4500 (m) – the first skier rode after the second
3) 4500: 150 = 30 (min) – both skiers moved simultaneously
4) 7500: 30 = 250 (m / min) – speed of the second skier
Answer: 150 m / min, 250 m / min

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