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NEGATIVE DIRECTION 10 MILES FOR 3 HOURS, THEN POSITIVE DIRECTION 5 MILES OVER FOR 2 HOURS. WHAT IS HIS DISPLACEMENT? SPEED? VELOCITY?
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