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You head downstream on a river in a canoe. You can paddle at 5.2 km/h and the river is flowing at 2.2 km/h. How far downstream will you be in 30 minutes?

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    add river's speed to rowing speed = 7.4 km/h

    so, how far in 1/2 hour?

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