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Carl has three lengths of cable,5/6 yard long,1/4 yard long and 2/3 yard long.he needs at least one yard of cable. Which two pieces together
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Length at least 1 yard and closest to one yard

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    Add the first two.

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    5/6 + 1/4 = 10/12 + 3/12= 13/12

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