You only have one st before the marker, so you would kfb in that one, and kfb in the stitch after it. Then knit to the stitch before the next marker, kfb, sl m, kfb, and so on. A lot of patterns don't say to slip the marker, it's understood that you will whenever you come to them. Raglan sweaters have 2 incs at each marker, on both sides of it.
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