# A textile

A textile store sold a bolt of denim (what jeans are made of). One day, the store purchased the following lengths from the factory: 5 2/3, 7, 4 2/3, 8 5/8, 9 3/5, 10 ½, and 8 yards. How many yards were sold?

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