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anonymous
 3 years ago
Marks: 1 Suppose Harry travelled upstream in a canoe, then travelled downstream at a rate 4 miles per hour faster. In that case, the following are correct representations of his rates of speed: Rate upstream = r miles per hour Rate downstream = (r + 4) miles per hour
anonymous
 3 years ago
Marks: 1 Suppose Harry travelled upstream in a canoe, then travelled downstream at a rate 4 miles per hour faster. In that case, the following are correct representations of his rates of speed: Rate upstream = r miles per hour Rate downstream = (r + 4) miles per hour

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