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The current indoor world record time in the 200-m race is 19.92 s, held by Frank Fredericks of Namibia (1996), while the indoor record time in the one-mile race is 228.5 s, held by Hicham El Guerrouj of Morroco (1997).
(a) Find the mean speed in meters per second corresponding to the record time for the 200-m event.
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(b) Find the mean speed in meters per second corresponding to the record time for the one-mile event.

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