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Given the following equations: ab = 1/8, ac = 3, bc = 6. Find the value of a + b + c.
Going against the wind, a domestic plane can travel 5/8 of the distance it can travel in one hour if it is going with the wind. If the plane can fly 300 kilometers an hour in calm air, what is the velocity of the wind?
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