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you are driving to a vacation spot that is 1500 miles away. Including rest stops, it takes you 42 hours to get to the vacation spot. You estimate that you drove at an average speed of 50 miles per hour. How many hours were you not driving?

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    1500 / 50 = 30

    You drove for 30 hours and were not driving for 12 hours.

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