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Jane and Bob see each other when 100 m apart. They are moving toward each other, Jane at speed 2.8m/s and Bob at speed 3.4m/s with respect to the ground.

 

Find the time elapsed for Bob and Jane to meet up.

Find the distance Jane moves before meeting up with Bob.

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