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How does the speed reduce in this code snippet?

```speed <- 64

while (speed > 30) {
print(paste("Your speed is",speed))
if ( speed > 48 ) {
print("Slow down big time!")
speed <- speed -11
print(speed)
} else {
print("Slow down!")
speed <- speed -6

}
}```
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Loop 1: the value of speed is 64, thus, reducing speed by 11 you get --> 53

Loop 2: the value of speed is 53, thus, reducing speed by 11 you get --> 42

Loop 3: value of speed is now 42, which is less than 48, so else is executed, bringing the speed down by 6 --> 36
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