Problem: Larry leaves home at 9:06 and runs at constant speed to the lamppost seen in . He reaches the lamppost at 9:09, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 9:15.What is Larrys average velocity for the entire run?What is Larrys average velocity, in m/min, during each of these two intervals.

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Larry leaves home at 9:06 and runs at constant speed to the lamppost seen in Three objects are shown above the x-axis. A lamppost is located at the x value of 200 meters. A house is located at the x value of 600 meters, and a tree is located at the x value of 1200 meters.. He reaches the lamppost at 9:09, immediately turns, and runs to the tree. Larry arrives at the tree at 9:15.

What is Larrys average velocity for the entire run?

What is Larrys average velocity, in m/min, during each of these two intervals.

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