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If the train's still going the right way, up about ((5 *60)/25) km/h. Classical relativity doesn't change it much at that person's speed, since c >> 25kmph, but that's not to say quantum relativity will continue to favor the Standard Model with the information given for meeting in your OS.

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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.

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