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Chris cuts a 3 1/2 feet long board of wood. He cuts out 4 pieces that are each 2/3 foot long. Find the combined length of the 4 pieces? Find the length of the remIng board after chris gets his 4 pieces

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Ms. Sue
(2/3) * 4 = 8/3 = 2 2/3
3 3/6 = 2 9/6
2 9/6 = 2 4/6 = ___ feet remaining
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