# Math

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Tristen has three 4 foot long boards. He needs to cut pieces that are 13 inches long from the boards. What is the greatest number of boards he can cut?

• Math -

4 feet = 48 inches

48 / 13 = 3.69 = 3 pieces for each board.

3 * 3 = 9 total boards

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