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help i have a graph that shows the finishing times of the first 5 runners in a 10k race time in min on the graph 0 to 34 and the intervals are 5 question is what two runners were 0.25 min apart

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    We can't tell you that without seeing the graph. Use your graph to determine the finishing time of each runner. Then see which two differ by 0.25 minutes.

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