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After 2 minutes on a treadmill, Jenny has a heart rate of 82. After 3 minutes she has a heart rate of 86. Assuming that Jenny's heart rate H is a linear function of the time T on the treadmill, write H as a linear function of T. What heart rate would be expected for Jenny after 10 minutes on the treadmill?

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Zero, if shes over 90

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