Cristal, this is easier than it seems, I promise!

If 4 students travelled in cars, then 304 - 4 = 300 students travelled by bus.

There were 5 buses. 300 ÷ 5 = 60.

There were 60 students on each bus!

Cristal M.

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Cristal, this is easier than it seems, I promise!

If 4 students travelled in cars, then 304 - 4 = 300 students travelled by bus.

There were 5 buses. 300 ÷ 5 = 60.

There were 60 students on each bus!

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Milo C.

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