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A crate full of sugar cubes has a volume of 3 cubic feet. The volume of each sugar cube is 0.5 cubic inch. How many sugar cubes are there in the crate?

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    1 ft = 12 in

    1 ft ^ 3 = 12 ^ 3 in ^ 3

    1 ft ^ 3 = 1728 in ^ 3


    3 ft ^ 3 = 3 * 1728 = 5184 in ^ 3


    5184 / 0.5 = 5184 * 2 = 10368 sugar cubes

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