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If you need two pieces of pipe—one must be 15 ft and the other 10 ft—what is the total amount of pipe needed?

To determine

Length of the total metal required.

Explanation

Given information:

Length of the one piece, l1=15 ft.

Length of the other piece, l2=10 ft.

Calculation:

Total length of the metal piece is the summation of length of the two pieces,

  L=l1+l2

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