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posted by Lora .
An air plane can travel 560 miles per hour with the wind and 480
miles per hour against the wind. Determine the speed of the plane in
still air and the speed of the wind.

Algebra 
Steve
if the plane's speed is p, and the wind is w,
p+w = 560
pw = 480
That should help.
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