anonymous
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A board 12 3/4 feet long is cut so that 9 7/8 feet are left. What length of the board was cut off?A) 2 1 2 ft B) 2 7 8 ft C) 3 1 2 ft D) 3 7 8 ft
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subtract 9 7/8 from 12 3/4
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|dw:1449771786509:dw| first change them into improper fractions
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|dw:1449771914956:dw|

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now find common denominators
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|dw:1449772090510:dw|
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now subtract
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|dw:1449772180655:dw|
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finally change the fraction into a mixed number
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|dw:1449772303642:dw|
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so your answer is (B) ☺☺☺☻☻☻
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thx
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