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Amy ran twice as many miles on Tuesday as she ran on Monday. Amy ran 2 mi on Monday.



What is the total number of miles that Amy ran on Monday and Tuesday

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  1. 2 + (2 * 2) = ______ miles

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    Ms. Sue
  2. 6 miles

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  3. is that correct?

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  4. Yes, she ran 6 miles in two days.

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