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Sally just got back from a vacation with her family. They had been driving for three days, travelling 8 1/2 hours each day. How many hours were they in the car altogether?

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    57.5 hr

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    I think

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    Matthew is wrong.

    8.5 * 3 = 25.5 hours

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    explain in writing what barrow,trade,or regroup mean in subtration

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    25 1/2

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