Q: How many sixteenths are in four inches and seven eights of and inch?

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there are four sixteenths of an inch in one fourth of an inch just as one fourth can be divided into two eights. if you do the math it should look something like this: 1/4 * 16/1 = 16/4 then simplify: 16/4 = 4

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Your question doesn't make sense, it should be "What is six and seven eighths minus four" not six and seven eights, it makes it confusing. Anywho, (67/8) - (4) = (27/8) Bah humbug.

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