**Multiple Traveler Questions**

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Summary

The content provides a comprehensive guide on solving GMAT word problems involving multiple travelers and trips, emphasizing the strategic use of the Distance = Rate x Time (D=RT) equation.

- Each traveler and trip segment must have its own D=RT equation, facilitating the solution of complex word problems.
- Techniques for solving two equations with two unknowns, such as substitution and elimination, are crucial for finding solutions.
- Three example problems are dissected, demonstrating the application of these strategies to solve for distances and times.
- The importance of breaking down a problem into manageable parts and systematically solving for unknowns is highlighted.
- Advice on solving more complex problems includes paying attention to the details and using algebraic methods to simplify and solve equations.

Chapters

00:00

Introduction to Multiple Travelers and Trips

00:39

Solving for Distance with Two Travelers

02:53

Complex Problem Solving with Variable Speeds and Directions

05:58

Advanced Problem Solving: Return Trips and Time Constraints