# Erica had #3 1/2# yards of fabric and she used #2/3# of the piece. How much fabric she is now left with?

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To find out how much fabric Erica is now left with, we need to calculate 2/3 of 3 1/2 yards, and then subtract that amount from the total fabric she had.

First, let's convert the mixed number 3 1/2 into an improper fraction: 3 1/2 = (2 * 3 + 1) / 2 = 7/2 yards

Now, we can find 2/3 of 7/2 yards: (2/3) * (7/2) = (2 * 7) / (3 * 2) = 14/6 yards

To simplify the fraction, we can divide both the numerator and the denominator by their greatest common divisor, which is 2: 14/6 = (2 * 7) / (2 * 3) = 7/3 yards

So, Erica used 7/3 yards of fabric.

Now, to find out how much fabric she is left with, we subtract 7/3 yards from the total fabric she had: 3 1/2 yards - 7/3 yards = (3 * 2/2) - (7/3) = 6/2 - 7/3 = 9/3 - 7/3 = 2/3 yards

Therefore, Erica is now left with 2/3 yards of fabric.

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