# geometry

Could we multiply the following dimensions 9yards x 6 yards x 3 yards and then convert the final answer into cubic feet?

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1. Yes you can. There are 3^3 = 27 feet in a cubic yard.

9*6*3 = 162 yard^3 = 162 x 27
= ___ ft^3

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