# math 5th grade

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fay is making 13 bows to sell at the annual craft fair. she has 36 feet of ribbons to make her bows. if each bow requires 2 and 1\4 feet of ribbon,how much ribbon will not be used

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13 * 2 1/4 =
13 * 9/4 = 117/4 = 29 1/4

35 4/4 = 29 1/4 = ?

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6 AND 1/4

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You're almost right.

What is 4/4 - 1/4?

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3/4

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Right. 6 3/4 feet will not be used.

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I FIGURE IT OUT

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68.25 29.25 72.75

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