Below is a question I was assigned from my mentor for research. Please help me in how to approach the answer (w/o numbers), and write the step-by-step procedure on how to generate the appropriate equation. Thank you for your support. 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data A train starts out from New York (suggest you use subscript n) at time T0 moving at Vn miles per hour. Another train starts out from Boston at time T0 moving at Vb miles per hour. The distance from New York to Boston is M miles. Develop an equation that will tell you where the two trains crash into each other (they're on the same track!) measured in miles from New York. Write down your method (reasoning) first, and then implement it. Show all work. Pay attention to signs. (Algebra-type) 2. Relevant equations I am a newbie to Physics. 3. The attempt at a solution My mentor told me that I can't use numbers. Thank you for your support. Karma.