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John was building a new fence, and he wants it to stand 8 1/2 feet above ground level. To make sure it is secure he must place it 2 3/4 feet into the ground. How long of a post should John buy?

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Would you add 8 1/2 feet + 2 3/4 feet = ?? feet?

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10 4/6

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John was building a new fence, and he wants it to stand 8 ½ feet above ground level. To make sure it is secure he must place it 2 ¾ feet into the ground. How long of a post should John buy?

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