Freya, a post office clerk, uses 2 yards, 1 foot, 7 inches of twine to wrap each damaged carton she repairs. She has to repair 17 cartons to

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Freya, a post office clerk, uses 2 yards, 1 foot, 7 inches of twine to wrap each damaged carton she repairs. She has to repair 17 cartons today. How much twine will she need? a (42 yards 2 feet (11 inches B( 42-yard 17 feet 199 (inches c (34 yard 17 feet 119 (inches d 34 yards 26 feet 11 inches

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    2021-09-11T07:25:14+00:00

    Freya, a post office clerk, uses 2 yards, 1 foot, 7 inches of twine to wrap each damaged carton she repairs.

    So,

    2 yards 1 feet 7 inches means 2 yards 1 feet and 0.5833 feet

    Means 2 yards  feet

    2 yards 1.5833 feet

    So,

    Means 2 yards and 0.528 yards = 2.528 yards

    It means for 1 carton, she needs twine = 2.528 yards

    So, for 17 carton, she needs twine =

    It means she needs 42.976 yards twine.  

    Hope it will help 🙂

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