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1. Corey needs 24 boards that are 47.5 inches How many feet of board should he buy and then explain.

2. If you can only buy 8 foot boards, how many should he buy? and then explain.

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    (24 * 47.5) / 12 = ?

    8 * 12 = 96 inches

    96 / 47.5 = 2.02

    He can get two 47.50-inch lengths out of each 8-foot board. So he needs 12-foot boards.

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    hello can someone please explain and help me with this problem

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