Posted by **Akruti** on Friday, September 17, 2010 at 6:09pm.

A car makes a 60-km trip with an average velocity of 38.5-km/h in a direction due north. The trip consists of three parts. The car moves with a constant velocity of 25 km/h due north for the first 15 km and 62 km/h due north for the next 32 km. With what constant velocity does the car travel for the last 13-km segment of the trip?

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