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Okay, here's the thing, the question before asked you to write an equation that gives the relationship between the time t and the distance d walked for each student. How is the walking rate represented in the equations? My answer was d=t multiplied by the walking rate, or t multiplied by d= the walking rate. So now, the next question said if t increases by 1 second, b y how much does the distance change, how is this change represented in a table? in a graph? PLEASE ANSWER THIS AS SOON AS POSSIBLE, IT'S DUE TOMORROW!!!!

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    you look at the graph and divide your d value by the t value to find the walking rate, if it increase by one the then rate goes down bc you know are walking a second longer to go the same distance, or the slope of the line on the graph would be more steeper

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