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A person runs 175 yards per minute write a variable that represents the relationship between time and distance

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Let's denote the variable for time as ( t ) (in minutes) and the variable for distance as ( d ) (in yards). The relationship between time and distance can be expressed by the equation:
\[ d = 175t \]
In this equation:
- ( d ) represents the distance covered in yards.
- ( t ) represents the time elapsed in minutes.
- 175 is the speed or rate at which the person is running in yards per minute.
So, the variable relationship between time and distance is \( d = 175t \).

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