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Problem

Butch and Sundance need to get out of Dodge. To travel as quickly as possible, each alternates walking and riding their only horse, Sparky, as follows. Butch begins by walking while Sundance rides. When Sundance reaches the first of the hitching posts that are conveniently located at one-mile intervals along their route, he ties Sparky to the post and begins walking. When Butch reaches Sparky, he rides until he passes Sundance, then leaves Sparky at the next hitching post, and resumes walking, and they continue in this manner. Sparky, Butch and Sundance walk at 6, 4, and 2.5 miles per hour, respectively. The first time Butch and Sundance meet at a milepost, they are n miles from Dodge, and they have been traveling for t minutes. Find n + t.

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Source Title: 2012 AIME #4
Authors
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References
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VARIABLES
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DEFINITIONS
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