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I know average speed = d/t I'm just confused b/c the distance and the time for the walking part is not given. Please help. Thanks.

This HW problem is for my college physics 101 class and nobody has any ideas? c'mon

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I know average speed = d/t I'm just confused b/c the distance and the time for the walking part is not given. Please help. Thanks.

This HW problem is for my college physics 101 class and nobody has any ideas? c'mon

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[tex] 3.1 \times 21 + 1.2 \times x = 1.9 \times (21+x)[/tex], i.e. The total distance travelled by travelling by the cart and by walking must be equal to the total hypothetical distance travelled if he "travelled" at a speed of 1.9 m/s on whatever.

Solve for x.

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