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## Sagot :

Anyway, it goes like this:

Say the time walking east is 't', and the total time is 'T'.

Then 5340 m + .511 t = 1.43 T

(This assumes that velocity is positive in both directions)

Two unknowns in one equation. But you also know that the time spent walking west is

5340m/ 2.95m/s = 1810 sec.

and the total time T = 1810 +t

Substitute this into the first equation, and you can solve for t = 3092 sec.

Then T = 4902 sec. and distance walked east is .511t = 1580m.