# math

Running at an average rate of 4 meters per second, a sprinter ran to the end of a track. The sprinter then jogged back to the starting point at an average rate of 2 meters per second. The total time for the sprint and the jog back was 2 minutes 6 seconds. Find the length of the track

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1. since time = distance/speed,

d/4 + d/2 = 126
Now just solve for d

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