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He had a rope thats 84 inches long.He cut off 43 3/4 inches.he cut off again 31 5/8 inches.how long is the piece that is left over?

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    Jeff Rockwell May 11, 2010

    Okay, I'll bite...8 5/8 inches. Is this some sort of riddle?

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The original rope would be 8 5/8" left of rope if he cut both of the pieces from the original length of rope.

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