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To start out, you need to figure out what the equation for the problem is. You know a few things that should help you along the way:
The trains are 580 km apart
one train traveled for 6 hours
the other train traveled for 4 hours
one train is going 15km/h faster than the other.
Knowing these facts you can write the equation 6x+4x+60=580.
The 6 at the front is how many hours the first train traveled. the 4 is the hours the second train traveled. the 60 is (4*15) which is how much faster the second train was going. the 580 is the total distance between them.
Solve for x
So the westbound train was going 52 km/h and the east bound train was going 67km/h.
The first thing to figure out is the amount of time between the trains is 12 minutes. That would mean for train B to pass the station at 9:37 it would have to travel 22 miles in 12 minutes. Because, traveling at 110 miles/hour in 12 minutes the train would have travel 22 miles. Shown below shows the interpolation to come up with 22 miles.
Train A had to traveled 12 minutes so, it would have been 20 miles ahead of the station. Screened below shows the interpolation to equal 20 miles.
Though this calculation of 20 miles isn't necessary for the parametric solution that is being shown. It was very helpful in my solution in successive approximation. This parametric solution's starting point is at 9:37, not 20 miles ahead.
Using successive approximation, when train A traveled 200 miles in 2 hours, and train B was only 2 miles behind train A. At that point the time varibles needed to be broke down to minutes and seconds which gave me a real accurrate answer. Both trains were side by side in 2 hours and 12 minutes, and had traveled 220 miles from the station. You wouldn't believe how far the significant bits needed to be carried out to get such an accurate number. That's what gave me the idea to substitute, and use a parametric solution. In this solution the t (aka. time) is going to be substituted for the y axis. Next, I broke miles/hour down to mile/minute because, I knew the answer was in minutes: 2 hours and 12 minutes.
110/60=1.833333 so, -20+1.833333 t and 100/60=1.6666667 so, 1.6666667 t
Now load the equation:
Now let's look at the solution from the graph. Each line represents a train.
Notice how the two lines are converging. Where the two lines meet is the exact point when the two trains are side by side.
Substituting t (aka. time) for the y axis show that at the point when the trains were side by side equals 132 minutes. Or 2 hours and 12 minutes. The distance traveled x axis=220 mile from the station.
To a point successive approximation would have been messy, and hard to follow. Somethings can only be solved by using graphs, or better solved by using graphs.
Your Garmin already has the lifetime subscription on it and does not need to be set up. For the traffic icon to come up in the top left you need to have it plugged into your car power cord which has an FM receiver on it and you need to be where there is an FM signal. Not all cities have an FM signal but they are adding new ones all the time. If you do not see the traffic icon you may not be where a signal is yet. I have a 255WT and where i live does not have a signal but when I travel to other cities I find the FM signal and it has helped me a lot to go through traffic. For proof of your lifetime traffic go to the bottom of your menu page when it is plugged into your car power cord and plugged in to the power source. You will find a traffic icon. Click on it and you should see a lifetime subscription. You can also add other traffic subscription on this page if you are travelling to other countries. Hope this helps. Good luck!
This model of cd changer doesn't have the fm modual built into it. So I am wonder how this setup worked before. Most of these units had an FM tansmitter in them and you would just turn on your factory radio and set the fm tuner to a certain frequency like 89.5 or 91.3, not excatly sure on the right number, but somewhere low in the range. Turn on the stero and try tuning into differnet stations.
But like I said this model is desgined to be used with a aftermarket head unit with the proper wired connection going from the cd changer to the head unit.