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posted by Erica .
Find the perimeter of a triangle with sides 2ft 4in, 3ft, and 4ft 6in.

2 ft and 4 inches = 28 inches
3 ft = 36 inches
4 ft and 6 inches = 54 inches
Per = 28+36+54 = 118 inches
= 9 ft and 10 inches
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