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You are 28 meters west of a stop sign (-28 meters east of the stop sign) when you start walking due east. Let d represent the distance (in meters) you have walked east since you started walking. Write an expression (in terms of d ) that represents your distance to the east of the stop sign (in meters). (Hint: Make

You are 28 meters west of a stop sign (-28 meters east of the stop sign) when you start walking due east. Let d represent the distance (in meters) you have walked east since you started walking. Write an expression (in terms of d ) that represents your distance to the east of the stop sign (in meters).
(Hint: Make a drawing; then consider your distance east of the stop sign when d = 2. )
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