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Method 1: Using Long Division Method Step 1: Divide the dividend (126) by the divisor (7).
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7 ) 126
Step 2: Begin dividing. How many times does “7” go into “12”? It goes in one time.
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7 ) 12

Step 3: Multiply our partial answer (“1”) by our divisor (“7”).
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__11_v _15_10

18
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Step#: We now have a remainder of "5". Bring down the next digit from our dividend, which will make it to be "56".


We know that speed must be back towards ”a” at about twice as fast (as on day4), so once he reaches ‘b’, he travels continuously for two straight days (else there can only be stop days before or/and after reaching home).  
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Due to such high priorities, stops couldn’t have taken place between..  48—21
As if we are calculating total distance travelled and assume  . .
 when ”a” is just outside his city? There’s no evidence.
But keeping in mind various scenarios that were tested : Pointing out :
D.>e
If given proof is altered, then still prove them all.