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Foxythepirate0984
 one year ago
The graph shows the progress of two hikers.
Which answer choice shows the rates for each hiker?
A.
Hiker 1: 90 m/min
and
Hiker 2: 100 m/min
B.
Hiker 1: 100 m/min
and
Hiker 2: 90 m/min
C.
Hiker 1: 100 m/min
and
Hiker 2: 80 m/min
D.
Hiker 1: 90 m/min
and
Hiker 2: 80 m/min
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Foxythepirate0984
 one year ago
The graph shows the progress of two hikers. Which answer choice shows the rates for each hiker? A. Hiker 1: 90 m/min and Hiker 2: 100 m/min B. Hiker 1: 100 m/min and Hiker 2: 90 m/min C. Hiker 1: 100 m/min and Hiker 2: 80 m/min D. Hiker 1: 90 m/min and Hiker 2: 80 m/min http://static.k12.com/calms_media/media/922000_922500/922085/2/97b768a4fd5a3c4609e95db5d69d397afa8fc65d/77026_question.jpg @mahmood786123

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