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The length of the longest loaf bread measured 1.405 ft 1 1/2 in. It was cut into slices 1/2 in.think. how many slices were there?

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Are you using the European style to designate numbers, so it is one thousand, four hundred and five feet? If so:

[12(1405) + 1.5]/2 + 1 = ?

The first part gives the number of cuts, but the last cut has a slice on both sides.

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