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solve and writein simplest terms:
3 yards 1 foot 10 inches+ 5 yards 2 feet 4 inches
8 yards 3 feet 14 inches
8 yds 4 feet 2 inches
9 yards 1 foot 2 inches.
check that.
you need to convert everything into inches
1 yard = 16 inches
1 foot = 12 inches
The answer would be:
178 inches
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