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Posted by **Devin** on Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 1:41pm.

- Geometry -
**Tifini**, Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 1:49pmTheres 3 feet in a yard, so 11*3 would be $3.30 a cubic yard and since company b already has it in cubic feet

company b= 3*20, which would give you $60 dollars for 20 cubic yards, and

company a= $3.30*20, which would be $66 for 20 cubic yards.

the better company to go with is company b, and you save $6.

i may suck at algebra, but i rock at geometry. :D

- Geometry -
**Steve**, Tuesday, July 10, 2012 at 2:52pmthere are 3 feet in a yard, so that's 27 ft^3 in a yd^3. Company A sells dirt at .11*27 = 2.97/yd^3

So, you save $.03/yd^3 with A. If you need 20 yd^3, that will save 60 cents.

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