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How do I work the problem 5lb.-13oz.= what. Ms.Sue if you answer this question I'm sorry for bothering you so much.

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You're not bothering me at all. I'm here to help students.

1 lb. = 16 ounces

5 lb. = 4 lb., 16 oz.

4lb., 16 oz. - 13 oz. = ?

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