Students of canoeists trip traveled in three days 102 km.
Second day traveled 15% more than first day and at the third day 9 km over the second day.

How many kilometers traveled each day?

Result

1st d:  28.18 km
2nd d:  32.41 km
3rd d:  41.41 km

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