Hannah and Emily
Hannah and Emily need to use 4 1/4 feet of ribbon to finish an art project. Hannah has 2 3/4 feet of ribbon and Emily has 1 3/4 feet of ribbon. How much ribbon will they have left over after they finish their art project?
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