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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
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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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