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Homework Help: math-algebra

Posted by Ernie on Monday, October 7, 2013 at 8:18am.

The speed of a moving sidewalk at an airport is 2ft/sec. A person can walk 93ft forward on the moving sidewalk in the same time it takes to walk 12ft on a non moving sidewalk in the oppsite direction. At what rate would a person walk on a nonmoving sidewalk?

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