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Jenelle has a blue jug and a red jug, both containing water. The blue jug has 4 gallons and 1 quart of water in it, and the red jug has 2 gallons and 2 quarts of water in it. How much water is in both jugs?

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  1. 4 gal. 1 qt. + 2 gal, 2 qt. = 6 gal, 3 qt.

  2. 5 gallons and 3 quarts

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