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Problem: A jogger is running around a circular track. If the jogger is averaging a mile every 10 minutes, and a single lap of the track is a quarter mile, what is the jogger’s average velocity, in m/s, during a lap? Use 1 mile = 1600 m.

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A jogger is running around a circular track. If the jogger is averaging a mile every 10 minutes, and a single lap of the track is a quarter mile, what is the jogger’s average velocity, in m/s, during a lap? Use 1 mile = 1600 m.

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