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A contractor pours a sidewalk that is 4 inches deep, 1 yard wide, and 20 yards long. How many cubic yards of concrete will be need? (Hint: 36 inches = 1 yard)

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    4 inches = 0.1111 yards

    V = 0.1111 * 36 * 20

    V = ?

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