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Joseph rode his bicycle for 10 miles. Then he increased his speed to an average of 15 miles per hour for the next h hours. Write an equation for the total distance he rode.

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    in English:
    distance is equal to the 10 miles plus the hours times the speed (remember distance = rate x time)

    now translate that English sentence into a "math sentence"

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