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Tom has two ways he could drive home from work. He could take Highway 99 for 45 miles with a speed limit of 65 mi/h, or he could take Interstate 5, which would take him a bit out of the way at 53 miles, but with a speed limit of 75 mi/h. A) How much times does he save? B) If Tom breaks the law and travels at 75 mi/h on Highway 99, how much time would he save compared with driving at the legal speed limit on Highway 99?

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