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To travel the Erie Canal , a boat must go through locks that raise or lower the boat.

Traveling east , a boat would have to be lowered 12 feet at Amsterd...

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To travel the Erie Canal , a boat must go through locks that raise or lower the boat.

Traveling east , a boat would have to be lowered 12 feet at Amsterdam , 11 feet at Tribes Hill , and 8 feet at Randall.
By how much does the elevation of the boat change between Amsterdam and Randall?

Answer

at each stop the boat is lowered 8+12+11=31 feet

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