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Sarah is making poster by hand to advertise her school play, but her posters are not the same length as a standand sheet of paper (the width is the same, though). She has three and a half sheets of paper left over, which she says is enough to make two and one third posters. How many sheets of paper (and parts of a sheet) does each poster use?

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  1. (3 1/2) / (2 1/3)

    (7/2) / (7/3) = 3/2 = 1 1/2

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