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Posted by christine on Thursday, January 26, 2012 at 2:33am.

A river is one mile wide and the water flows at the rate 3 miles/hour. If you can paddle a canoe 5 miles/hour in still water, then how long will it take you to paddle across the river and back? How long would it take you to travel one mile upstream (measured along the bank) and back?

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