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Distance = (Rate)(Time). Distances are Equal RT = RT Sum of Distances RT + RT = D Unequal Distances RT + D = RT. p. 341. Distances are Equal RT = RT.

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## Distances are Equal RT = RT Sum of Distances RT + RT = D Unequal Distances RT + D = RT

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