Uniform Motion, Physics

It normally takes maria 10 minutes to travel 5.0 miles to UTPA along a straight road. Maria leaves home 15 minutes before class begins. Delays caused by a broken traffic light slow down traffic to 20 mi/h for the first 2.0 miles of the trip. Will Maria be late for class?
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