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HOW DO I CHANGE 176FT^3 TO YD^3
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  • algebra 2 -

    1 cubic foot = 0.037037037 cubic yards

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    or, since 1yd = 3ft, 1 yd^3 = 27 ft^3

    so, divide ft^3 by 27 to get yd^3

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