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The graph above illustrates your north-south distance in miles from the edge of a lake in hours from noon (where positive values mean you are north of the lake). When the graph passes through the axis, it means you pass by the edge of the lake (so your distance is 0). "At noon I am a distance of ___ miles from the lake relaxing. I then jump on my bike and start to cycle (toward/away from) the lake at a speed of ___ mp

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