Posted by **Vannah** on Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 9:45pm.

In a bike race, a rider covers a 5 mi flat stretch of road at a speed of s mi/h. She then doubles her speed down a hill 1 mi long. Finally, she reduces her downhill speed bu 12 mi/h as she rides the last 3 mi of the race. What function gives the time t it takes the rider finish the race in terms of s?

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