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MULTI-STEP TEST PREP, PAGE 608
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6 h 42 min
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2
 
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3600h
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2
 
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 500
 
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 500
 
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3.0042 
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 500
 
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6.7 
92The average winning speed in 2004 is about92 mi/h faster than in 1911.
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 500
 
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2.55The value represents the time in hours needed tofinish the Indy 500 at an average speed 10 mi/hfaster than Luyendyk’s record average speed.
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 2
 
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200 
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210 2
(4200)
 
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200(4200)
+
 
 
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210(4200) 8400
 
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21
 
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20
 
8400
 
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41
 
204.9The driver’s average speed is about 204.9 mi/h.
5.
Let
be the average speed during the first lap, then(
 
+
8) will be the average speed during the secondlap. 2.5
 
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8 
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 1.5
 
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60 60
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 2.5
(
 
+
8)
 
 _ 
 
 
+
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 _ 
 
 
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8)
 
 _ 
 
60 
)
 150(
 
+
8)
+
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=
1.5
(
 
+
8)1.5
2
 
-
288
 
-
1200
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0
 
=
 
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288)
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 √
 
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288)
2
 
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4(1.5)(
-
1200)
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2(1.5) 
 
196 (
 
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0)
 
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8
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196
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204The average speed during the first lap is 196 mi/h,and the average speed during the second lap is204 mi/h.
READY TO GO ON? PAGE 609
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1000 
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4500 1000
 
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39.15The mass of the statue is 39.15 kg.
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6
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10 
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3.6It will take 10 workers 3.6 h to clean the rides.
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