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alex and pedro are riding their bikes to school. after 1 mile,they are 4/5 of the way there.How much farther do they have to go?

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    Well if 1 mile is 4 parts of the distance, then 1 part of the distance is 1 quarter of a mile. So if there is only 1 part of the distance left to ride, then that will be 1 quarter of a mile. Total Distance is 1 and a quarter miles. (1/4) * 5 = 5/4 or 1+1/4

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