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A canoe in still water travels at a rate of 12 miles per hour. The current today is traveling at a rate of 2 miles per hour. If it took an extra hour to travel upstream, how far was the trip one way?

1. Ms. Sue

That's a strange school subject.

2. Kitty

That's what happens when you work on 1 question for and hour and 10 minutes.. You write strange school subjects.. plus complete and total frustration.

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