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I really need help fast. Over the weekend, rachel and morgan drove to Chicago to go shopping. Now they're preparing to go home. Morgan needs gas for her jeep, which gets 26 miles per gallon for gas mileage. When she stops at the gas station, she already has 10 gallons of gas in her tank. She buys more gas for $1.60 per gallon. If Morgan spends $21 on gas, what is the total distance the girls could travel? Round, if necessary, to the nearest tenth

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