Posted by **MEG** on Monday, November 15, 2010 at 9:19pm.

A boater finds herself 4 miles fromm the nearest point on a straight shore line whech is 6 miles from a shoreside motel. She plans to row on shore and then walk to a motel. If she can walk at 3 mph, at what speed must she be able to row so that the quickest way to to the motel is to row directly?

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