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HELP! I have a math question the says this: In track practice, Jesse ran a mile in 7 minutes. His mile time was 2 1/2 minutes faster than Michael's time. Write and solve an equation to calculate Michael's mile time. I can't figure out what to do and it's due tomorrow! Please help!

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    7 + 2.5 = ?

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    how do you write an equation for, jesse ran 7 minutes. his mile time was 2 1/2 minute faster than micheal time. write and solve an equation

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