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  1. ValentinaT
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  2. RiOT_MaKeR
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    yes please

  3. emcrazy14
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    \[t= (1270/r) + (1270/1.8r)\]

  4. ValentinaT
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    Oh, okay. Would that be the simplified expression (the answer to the question)?

  5. ValentinaT
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    Thank you!

  6. emcrazy14
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    You see 18% faster means (18+100)/100= 1.8 r. Yes.

  7. jdoe0001
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    (18+100)/100= 1.18 :|

  8. ValentinaT
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    Is that the work for the problem, or the answer?

  9. jdoe0001
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    are you after an answer or understanding it? :|, I mean, the idea of tests is to practice, to to have someone else do it, so you can jot it down :| anyhow, the r+0.18r=1.18r

  10. ValentinaT
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    Understanding.

  11. jdoe0001
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    ok

  12. emcrazy14
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    Oh, sorry. It was supposed to be 1.18 r.

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