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The following table contains the winning times in the women?s 3,000-meter speed skating races in the

 

Olympic games from 1960 to 1994. The time is given in minutes, seconds, and tenth of seconds. For

 

example, the winner?s time in 1960 was 5 minutes and 14.3 seconds or

 

seconds.

 


 

Year Winner's Time

 

1960 05:14.3

 

1964 05:14.9

 

1968 04:56.2

 

1972 04:52.1

 

1976 04:45.2

 

1980 04:32.1

 

1984 04:24.8

 

1988 04:11.9

 

1992 04:19.9

 

1994 04:17.4

 

1998 04:07.3

 

2002 03:57.7

 

2006 04:02.4

 

2010 04:02.5

 


 

For each given year, find the winner?s average velocity. (Round to two decimal places.)

 


 

Year

 


 

1960

 


 

1964

 


 

1968

 


 

1972

 


 

Winner?s Average

 

Velocity (m/sec)

 


 

1976

 


 

1980

 


 

1984

 


 

1988

 


 

1992

 


 

1994

 


 

1998

 


 

2002

 


 

2006

 


 

 


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