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Every weekend you ride your bike on a forest path. The path is 22 mile long and ends at a waterfall, at which point you relax and then make the trip back to the starting point. One weekend, you find that in the same time it takes you to travel to the waterfall, you are only able to return 16 miles. Your average speed going to the waterfall is 3 miles per hr. faster than the return trip. What is your average speed going to the waterfall?

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    (3+R)T=22 RT=16

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