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13-60.

A car travels

Draw a graph of the situation. Label the axes appropriately.

Compute the exact area under the curve.

Break the shape into a rectangle and a triangle and sum the two areas. Or, use the formula for the area of a trapezoid.

Explain why it is reasonable to say that the car traveled

miles in those three hours. Multiply the the units for the "length" and "width".