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one runner runs 4.75 miles in one hour and runner 2 runs 4 miles in one hour. How much farther would runner 1 run in 45 minutes?

Runner 1:
4.75 * 0.75 = 3.5625 miles in 45 minutes
Runner 2:
4 * 0.75 = 3 miles in 45 minutes
Subtract: 3.5625  3.0 = ?
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