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    A bus is driving at 52 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 53.2 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?

    A bus is driving at 23 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 26.3 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?

    A bus is driving at 36.5 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 38.7 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?

    A bus is driving at 33.5 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 36.4 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?

    A bus is driving at 30.1 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 33.2 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?

    A bus is driving at 46.3 mph while a man walks down the aisle. If his speed relative to the ground is 49.7 mph, is he walking towards the front or the back?