# A state patrol officer saw a car start from rest at a highway on-ramp. She radioed ahead to another officer 25 mi along the highway. When the car reached the location of the second officer 19 min later, it was clocked going 60 mi/hr. The driver of the car was given a ticket for exceeding the60 mi/hr speed limit. Why can the officer conclude that the driver exceeded the speed limit? How fast must the car have been traveling?

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A state patrol officer saw a car start from rest at a highway on-ramp. She radioed ahead to another officer 25 mi along the highway. When the car reached the location of the second officer 19 min later, it was clocked going 60 mi/hr. The driver of the car was given a ticket for exceeding the60 mi/hr speed limit. Why can the officer conclude that the driver exceeded the speed limit? How fast must the car have been traveling?

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