Ok Connie I'm going to need you to start showing some work on these first.

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## Re: Need Help.

You need to assume that the uphill distance is the same as the downhill distance.

romsek is right - you need to show some of your own work. But I'll get you started. Start by letting x be the uphill (and downhill) distance and d be the total distance.

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