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Posted by Heidi on Tuesday, November 2, 2010 at 4:08pm.

A cyclist and a jogger start from a town at the same time and head for a destination 11 mi away. The rate of the cyclist is twice the rate of the jogger. The cyclist arrives 1.1 h before the jogger. Find the rate of the cyclist.

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