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A rectangular slab of concrete is cut from a large block. The slab measures 10.4 inches thick, 1.8 feet long, and 0.0021 miles wide. Find its volume in cubic feet.

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10.4/12 = 0.8667 feet

5,280 * 0.0021 = 111.408 feet

0.8667 * 1.8 * 111.408 = 173.8 cubic feet

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