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# Mike likes to canoe he can paddle 150 feet per minute he is planning a river trip that will take him to a destination about 30.000 upstream that is against the current)the speed of the current will work against the speed that he can paddle be the speed of the current in feel per minute mike wants to know how long it will take him to travel the 30.000 leet upstream which expression, t(s) represents the time in minutes

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