# math

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how do i mutiply and divide yrd, inches, and feet

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You must have all items in the same units, so convert all your units to one of them,
then do your calculations, then convert back to whatever units were originally used

or

things will be so much easier.

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Good heavens, Reiny! Do you think we can get our politicians to agree on anything???

I wish they'd agree on health care and gun control before we tackle the metric system. <g>

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I think we would agree

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