Here is the problem word for word: Isaaic and Blaise decide to race. They both start at the same position at the same time. Isaaic runs at 2 m/s but decides to take a 2 minute rest stop. Blaise runs at half the speed and still wins by 10 meters. How far did Blaise run? I can use only these equations. X = VavgT Vavg = (Vf - Vi)/T A = (Vf - Vi)/T Vf2 = Vi2 + 2ax X = ViT + (1/2)at This is as far as I've gotten. Xb = (1m/s)Tb Blaise's distance is equal to his average velocity times his time. Blaise's time is equal to Isaaic's time + 120 seconds Xb = (1m/s)(Ti + 120s) Blaise's distance is equal to Isaaic's distance + 10 meters Xi + 10m = (1m/s)(Ti + 120s) but now i have no idea what to do. Shouldn't they have given me the acceleration? If we assume the acceleration to be 0 and try to solve for Ti, you end up dividing by 0 which leads nowhere. Am I just not seeing the solution or is this problem missing some information?