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  • 4 years ago

jaime has 14 1/4 feet of lumber. she uses 2 7/8 feet for a shelf. does jaime have enough lumber for 4 more shelves?

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  1. anonymous
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    yes all she need was 14 3/8 for five shelves, which is obviously a little more than 14 1/4

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    so its 14 3/8

  3. anonymous
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    the question is if she has enough lumber to make five shelves each 2 7/8 ft long, if you multiply the length of each shelf 2 7/8 by 5 you will get the length of lumber required, which is 14 3/8.

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