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The 42 kilometer drive from Oakdale to Ridgemont usually takes 28 minutes. Because highway construction requires reduced speed limit, the trip now takes 14 minutes longer. Find the reduced speed limit in km/hr.

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The 42 kilometer drive from Oakdale to Ridgemont usually takes 28 minutes. Because highway construction requires reduced speed limit, the trip now takes 14 minutes longer. Find the reduced speed limit in km/hr.

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