Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 7:29pm.

You are a member of your high school track team and you specialize as a long-distance runner. Your event is the 1500-meter run, also known as the metric mile, which you run at a constant rate. During one particular 1500-meter race you are 1200 meters from the finish line after running for 1 minute and 600 meters from the finish line after running for 3 minutes. What is your total time in minutes to complete this 1500-meter race and reach the finish line?

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