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An athlete prepares for practice by walking 820 m in 10.3 min and sprinting 600 m in 3.8 min. Determine the athlete's average speed in metres per second.

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    distance = 820 + 600
    time = 10.3 * 60 + 3.8 * 60

    average speed = distance / time

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