Calculus AB
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A police car is chasing a suspect. The policemen is at point y=0.6 (north of an intersection) and the suspect is at point x=0.8 (east of the intersection). The police car is traveling at 60mph. Their radar gun reads that the suspect's car is getting away at a rate of 20mph. How fast is the suspect moving in the xdirection?

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