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    (2*6)+(4*3)=?ft. (2*8)+(4*6)=?in.

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    You may need to roll over some inches into feet if you get 12 inches or more.

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    24ft and 30 in

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    Ok so carry the extra inches over into feet. 12 inches equals 1 foot. So 30/12=2.6 so you have two feet to add to the 24 feet and then your inches left are 6 inches. So your final length would be 26 ft and 6 in

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    I just caught a mistake. This is what I have done . 6ft 8in+ 6ft 8in+3ft 6in+3ft 6in+3ft 6in+3ft 6in= 24ft 40in/12in =3ft 4in. So 24ft+3ft= 27ft 4in. @kimbllse777 and thanks for explaining that I needed to divide that 12 into 40 :)

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