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Homework Help: algebra1

Posted by math lover on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 7:21pm.

a cyclist completes a 150-mile race in a certain amount of time.she completes another 150-mile race a month later,but this time it takes an hour longer to cover the same distance and her average speed is 5 mph less than in the first race.find the average speed for the cyclist during her first race

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