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The graph below represents the running schedule of a distance runner, who is increasing the distance she runs each week. What is the distance she will run in the ninth week? Image is attached.

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    just look at the graph. if the x axis is the number of weeks, go to where it says 9 (the little line befor 10) and trace a line until it touches the curve. At the spot that the line touches the curve, treace another line parallel to the x axis until it touches the y axis, and that is your answer :)

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    thanks:)

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    no problem :)

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