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Jack is learning to ride a bicycle. In his first try, he rode for 1/100mile. The second time he rode for 5/100 mile. In the next two tries, he rode successfully for 2/10 mile and lo 4/10 mile Part A What is the total distance he rode the bike in four tries? Use words, numbers, or models o justify your answer. Part B How much farther must Jake ride to reach a total of one mile? Explain your answers

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    0.01 + 0.05 + 0.2 + 0.4 = ?

    Subtract the above total from 1.00

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