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You have one board that is 7/8 foot long. You want two 1/4 foot pieces. How much will be left after you cut the two pieces?

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    1/4 = 2/8

    2/8 * 2 = 4/8

    7/8 - 4/8 = 3/8

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    You will have 3/8

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