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An ostrich can run at speeds of up to 72km/h. Suppose an ostrich runs 1.5km at the speed of 58 km/h and then runs another 1.5km at the speed of 29km/h. What is the ostrich average speed during its 3.0 km run? Answer 38km/h but idk how to show work
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