Mark’s car mileage in May was 2,374 miles. If 1,752 of those miles were driven for business purposes, how many miles were driven for other than business purposes?
Detailed Explanation
To solve this problem, you need to subtract 1,752 from 2,374. This tells you how many miles the car was driven for purposes other than business. Since 2,374 − 1,752 = 622, the car went 622 miles for other than business purposes.
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