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the wright brothers had two flights on that fanmous day at kitty hawk. orville flew 120 ft.and 585 ft. wilbar flew 340 ft. and 852 ft. what was the average distance flown that day? at that rate , how many flights would it taken them to fly a mile? [rounded to the nearest whole number]

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    add the four flights, divide by 4 to get the average.

    Number of flights? flights= 5270ft/avgflight

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