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A piece of pipe is 303/4 inches long. If five pieces, each 41/3 inches long, are cut from the pipe, how many inches of pipe remain? A. 9 1/12 inches B. 9 3/4 inches C. 26 3/4 inches D. 26
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C. 26 3/4 inches
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