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Tony is driving to Denver. Suppose that the distance to his destination (in miles) is a linear function of his total driving time (in minutes), as shown in the figure below. Tony has 67 miles to his destination after 35 minutes of driving, and he has 55.6 miles to his destination after 47 minutes of driving. How many miles will he have to his destination after 61 minutes of driving
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