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posted by deanna .
if you have a 6 foot long board and it's cut into 4/5 pieces how many pieces can you have a what portion of the board is left over

Is each piece 4/5 of a foot long?

7 Boards that are 9.6" each and you have 2/5 remaining or 4.8"

IDK THIS IS RLY HARD!!!
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