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The relationship between the speed of travel and the distance traveled can be described by the equation d=rt where d = distance traveled in miles, r = speed (or rate) of travel in miles per hour, and t = time traveled in hours. Graph this function when the speed of travel, r, is 40 miles per hour.
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