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Math Sarita bought 2/5 meter of ribbon and Lalita 3/4 meter of ribbon. What was the total length of the ribbon they bought.

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2/5 = 8/20
3/4 = 15/20
8 + 15 = 23/20 = 1 3/20 = 1.15 m

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