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The Swimmer swam the 66 meters in a 33 MT pool in 40 seconds. Now we want to calculate how long it would take to swim 50 meters.

**Example:**To calculate the expected time to swim 50 meters, let's base the time it took to swim 66 meters as 40 seconds.

Its average speed is: 66/40 = 1.65 meters per second

We can now use this average speed to calculate how long it would take to swim 50 meters:

Average speed = Distance / Time

Substituting the known values:

1,65 = 50 / t

Solving for t= 50/1,65

**Therefore**, the Swimmer would take **approximately 30.30 seconds** approximately (note that this calculation is based on a constant speed and does not take into account fatigue and speed variation during the race).

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