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From the ground, a hot-air balloon went up at a speed of 375 feet per minute for 5 minutes. It then went down at a speed of 225 feet per minute for 6 minutes. How far is the hot-air balloon above the ground? 150 feet 525 feet 1,125 feet 1,875 feet

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  1. Mehek14
    • one year ago
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    it went up 375/min for 5 mins so 375 * 5 = 1875 down 225/min for 6 mins 225 * 6 = 1350 subtract 1875 - 1350 = @DeacontheVexHunter

  2. Mehek14
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    subtract that and tell me what you get

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