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Brittany is rowing at a constant rate. She covers 20 miles in 7 hours. How many more hours will it take her to cover her 110 mile tour?

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Ms. Sue
20/7 = 110/x
20x = 770
x = 38.5 hours
38.5  7 = 31.5 more hours
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