Two cars are driving at the same speed. What is true about the lines that represent the distance traveled by each car at a given time?

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Since both cars are driving at the same speed, then they should pass the same distance at a given time.

Regardless the direction of the cars, the lines that represents the distances are equal.

Let car1 travels x mph  from A to B

and car 2 travels x mph  from C to D

Then after time (t) we note that:

AB = CD

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