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How many total feet of metal stock would you need if one piece is 12 ft 5 in. long and the other is 7 ft 3 in. long?

To determine

Length of the total metal required.

Explanation

Given information:

Length of the one piece, l1=12 ft 5 in.

Length of the other piece, l2=7 ft 3 in.

Calculation:

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

  L=l1+l2L=12ft5in.+7ft3in.L=(12+7)ft(5+3)in

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