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Total time: 225 sec

Total distance travelled: 8100 m

Speed: 36 m/s

Total time: 225 sec

Total distance travelled: 8100 m

Speed: 36 m/s

Given

For first phase journey

For Second phase journey

So distance traversed in this phase

For third phase journey

Distance traversed in 3rd phase

Total distance traversed

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