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Erica is in training for a cross country race. She has been training by running 3 miles each day. She will be increasing her running by this weekly formula: y= 3(1.1)^x, where x represents the number of weeks and y represents the distance run. Compute the distance Erica will run if she continues for 52 weeks (one year). Does this distance seem reasonable?

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