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Jeff drove at a constant speed from Dallas to his home. The graph below shows his distance from Dallas as a function of time. If David drove the same route at a constant but slower speed, how would the slope of the graph of David’s trip compare to the slope of the graph of Jeff’s trip?
A The slope of David’s graph would be zero.
B The slope of David’s graph would be less than
that of Jeff’s graph
C The slope of David’s graph would be the same
as that of Jeff’s graph.
D The slope of David’s graph would be greater
than that of Jeff’s graph.

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