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rry leaves home at 4:07 and runs at a constant speed to the lamppost. He reaches the lamppost at 4:11, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 4:22. What is Larry's average velocity during his entire trip, if the lamppost is 363.0 m west of home, and the tree is 699.0 m east of home?

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    avg velocity= distancetraveled/time

    Do you have questions about how to compute this?

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    No..so is it 363+699+363 / 240s + 660s ?

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