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Mr.River is driving from Hillsford to Dryden. The distance between the 2 towns is 1715 miles. Mr.River has already driven 580 miles. Which is the best estimate of how much farther he must drive in order to reach Dryden?
A.2300miles
B.1200miles
C.1100miles
D.800milles
C?

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