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Wats 12yds 2ft + 5yds 2ft

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    Three feet in 1 yard.... 12 yds +5 yds is 17 yds... + 4ft...but there are 3 ft in 1 yard so that's an extra yard right there. 18 yds 1 ft. hope that made sense lol

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