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12 January, 13:01

8' 4" - 2' 6" = ?'?"

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  1. 12 January, 14:53
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    5' 10"

    Step-by-step explanation:

    We subtract by converting into one measurement. We will choose inches.

    8'4" = 96"+4"=100" since 8' has 8 (12) inches

    2'6"=24+6=30" since 2' has 2 (12) inches

    Subtract.

    100"-30"=70"

    We convert back into feet and inches by dividing by 12.

    70/12 = 5' 10"
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