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Posted by HELP!!! on Tuesday, May 21, 2013 at 6:10am.

Six children are standing along the x-axis at points (0,0), (17,0), (40,0), (85,0), (173,0), (440,0). The children decide to meet at some point along the x-axis. What is the minimum total distance the children must walk in order to meet?

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