# Answer to Question #27682 in Algebra for Froilan

Question #27682

Hello! I'm having troubles with the word problem i've stumbled upon.

A cyclist is travelling six times as fast as a

pedestrian. The difference in their speeds is

17.5 km/h. What is the cyclist’s speed?

and

During a camping trip, Nina was making a

lean-to for sleeping. She cut a 2.5-m long

post into two pieces, so that one piece was

26 cm longer than the other. What was the

length of each piece?

Thank you very much!

A cyclist is travelling six times as fast as a

pedestrian. The difference in their speeds is

17.5 km/h. What is the cyclist’s speed?

and

During a camping trip, Nina was making a

lean-to for sleeping. She cut a 2.5-m long

post into two pieces, so that one piece was

26 cm longer than the other. What was the

length of each piece?

Thank you very much!

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