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A person leaves home at 8:00 a.m. and drives to a destination at a rate of 40 mph. The person returns at a rate of 25 mph and arrives at 2:30 p.m. How far was the destination? 65 miles 100 miles 130 miles

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ok @coreycontini can you tell me for how many hours he was driving
@evryone pls make him make work on this qn cozz he is expecting to get his hw done here ..dont spill the answer plss
He started @ 8.00 am and arrived back @ 2.30 pm right so for how many hours he was driving???

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