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Joe needed two boards measuring 1 foot 9 inches and 3 feet 5 inches to complete his project. He wanted to find a total of the amount of wood he would need to buy? How would I simplify this?

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Ms. Sue
1'9" + 3'5" = 4'14" = 5'2"
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