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okay so i have this word problem. The measurements of the upper portion of the hutch, in inches, were: 9 3/4, 12 9/16, 10 3/8, and 16 7/16. The total hight of the hutch is 82 3/8inches.
a)what is the height of the upper portion?
b)what is the height of the lower portion?

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asked by Megan
  1. 9 12/16
    12 9/16
    10 6/16
    16 7/16
    ---------
    47 34/16
    =49 1/8
    82 3/8 - 49 1/8 = 33 2/8 = 33 1/4

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