Please Put Down Your Pencils. It is Time for a Math Test.

Let us allow FlyerTalk member Rebelyell to ask the first question:

Anyone know the average cost per pound to fly 1,000 miles at $3/gallon fuel?

Question #2:

If airplane A travels from Chicago to London at an average rate of 457 miles per hour for the first hour, 602 miles per hour for the next six hours, and 516 miles per hour for the remainder of the trip, and airplane B travels from Cape Town to Atlanta at an average rate of 481 miles per hour for the first hour, 591 miles per hour for the next ten hours, and 526 miles per hour for the remainder of the trip, at what moment over the Atlantic Ocean will they reach the exact same longitude, to which airlines do these aircraft belong, and what is the total amount of frequent flier miles one should expect to earn from these flights?

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