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# URGENT ONLY ONE DAY! WILL MARK BRAINLIEST! Two rowing teams are having a race. Boat A had a head start, crossing the start line first and traveling at a speed of 3 meters per second. Boat B waited and then crossed the start line 6 seconds after Boat A. The speed of Boat B was 4.8 meters per second.Part A:Write two equations, one for Boat A and one for Boat B. In both equations, let t equal the time in seconds since Boat A crossed the start line and d equal the distance traveled in meters.Part B:Solve the system of equations from Part A. Show your work.Part C:Determine the possible values of t for each of the equations from Part A and give a reason for your answers. Then explain what the solution to the system of equations from Part B represents in the context of the problem.

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