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Suppose you are traveling straight from Los Angeles, California to Albuquerque, New Mexico, stopping overnight in Flagstaff, Arizona. The distance from L.A. to Albuquerque is 810 miles, and the road connecting the three cities is a straight line. If the distance from L.A. to Flagstaff is 120 miles greater than the distance from Flagstaff to Albuquerque, how far is L.A. from Flagstaff, and how far is Flagstaff from Albuquerque?

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