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Posted by danielle on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 at 1:42pm.

You leave your home at noon hoping to get to your destination, which is 300 miles away, by 5 p.m. During the first two hours of your trip you encounter road construction and only average 40 mph. What average speed do you need to maintain for the rest of your journey to get there on time?

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