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Which explanation best describes how to solve this problem? Cindy rode her bike for 10 miles, ran for twice as many miles as she rode her bike, and swam for 2 miles. How many miles did Cindy cover altogether? A. Divide 10 by 2. Then add 2 and 10 to the quotient. B. Add 10 and 2 and multiply the sum by 2. C. Add 10 and 2 and 10 and 2. D. Multiply 10 × 2. Then add 10 and 2 to the product. Grade 4...

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    She ran her bike 10 miles 2 time. So she was riding her bike for 20 miles. And you just add 2 to 20 because she swam an additional 2 miles.

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    Oops wrong. She rode her bike for 10 miles. Ran 20 miles(10*2) and swam 2 miles.

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    So it's D. Multiply 10 × 2. Then add 10 and 2 to the product. Multiply 10 × 2 represents how long she ran. Adding 10 represents how much she rode her bike. Adding 2 represents the miles she swam.

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