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Interesting Math/Physics question for dog owners and others. A dog runs back and forth between its two owners, who are jogging toward one another. The dog starts running when the owners are 0.75 miles apart. If the dog runs with a speed of 12.0 mph, and the owners each jog with a speed of 3 mph , how far has the dog traveled when the owners meet?

relative velocity of two moving objects

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