Math 8 - HELP!!!

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A 5 7/8 ft section of wood was cut from 9 1/2 ft board. How much of the original board remained.

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    9 1/2 = 9 4/8 = 8 12/8

    8 12/8 - 5 7/8 = 3 5/8

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