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Ann cuts a piece of lace 8 5/8 inches long from a piece 10 1/2 inches long. How many inches of lace are left? please explain. Thanks

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Subtract 8 5/8 from 10 1/2
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would the common denominator be 4?
No. it would be 8
and also how do i borrow?
hey its 8*8 + 5 / 8 divided into 10*2+1 /2 so the answer will be 21/2-71/8 84-71/8 13/8 that means 1 5/8 inches
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i got 1 7/8
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@helpmeplz311 u r very correct
cool 2-1/8
what do you mean by that?
hey...??? how can yu separate mixed fractions???? @sauravshakya
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@sriramkumar ^ look above
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Yeah, what do you mean by 2-1/8?
i do nt get that.
1/8 is subtracted from 2
because 10-8=2?
yes
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