## A particular dress requires 4 1/4 yards of fabric for manufacturing. If the matching jacket requires 1/6 yards less fabric, how much fabric

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A particular dress requires 4 1/4 yards of fabric for manufacturing. If the matching jacket requires 1/6 yards less fabric, how much fabric is needed for both pieces? Need answer now!

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Answer: A total of 8 1/3 yards of fabric is needed for both pieces.Step-by-step explanation: First, you must subtract 1/6 from 4 1/4 to figure out how many yards of fabric is needed for the matching jacket. To do this, you have to find common denominators for each fraction. Since the fractions have a least common denominator of 12, change each fraction to satisfy this new denominator: 1/6 changes to 2/12 and 4 1/4 changes to 4 3/12. Now, you must subtract: 4 3/12 – 2/12 = 4 1/12. Therefore, the matching jacket requires 4 1/12 yards of fabric. Next, add the amount of fabric for the dress (4 3/12) to the amount of fabric for the matching jacket (4 1/12): 4 3/12 + 4 1/12 = 8 4/12. Simplify 8 4/12 to get a final answer of 8 1/3 yards of fabric in total.Answer:4 5/12 + 4 1/4

Step-by-step explanation:4 1/4 – 1/6 – you have to turn the mixed # into improper fraction – 17/4,

17/4 – 1/6 = 4 5/12

4 5/12 + 4 1/4 8 2/3

8 2/3 is the answer i hope this helps lol, 🙂