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mr.musial traveled by car to a destination that is 1150 miles from hishome. it took him 3 days to drive to this destination. if mr.musial traveled the same distance each day, about how many miles did he travel each day? use estimation

1. jerome

ok, to estimate, round 1150 up to 1200. then it is easily divisible by 3 to 400. then account for the initial rouding and reduce answer 'a bit' to about 390.

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