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Natalia picked 7 1/6 bushels of apples today and 4 5/8 bushels yesterday. How much more did she pick today?

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    7 1/6 7 8/48 6 56/48
    -4 5/8 = -4 30/48 = -4 30/48 =

    2 26/48 = 2 13/48
    First find the LCD
    LCD is 48
    You cannot subtract 8 from 30. So you have to borrow 1. 1 = 48/48. Now 7 becomes 6. Add 8+48 = 56. Now subtract 6 56/48 from 4 30/48 = 2 26/48. Now reduce. The answer is 2 13/24 She picked 2 13/24 more today!

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    2 13/24

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    The grocer bought 169 bushels of apples. If the unit price was $2.19, how much did the grocer pay for the bushels of apples?

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