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How do i multiply 2 yards 1 foot by 8
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I having a hard time with this word problem: A backyard has dimensions 4 and 2/5 yards by 2 and 4/5 yards. What is the area of the backyard in square yards (yd^2)? Do I mulitiply and then simplify? Yes, you do multiply and then
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solve and writein simplest terms: 3 yards 1 foot 10 inches+ 5 yards 2 feet 4 inches 8 yards 3 feet 14 inches 8 yds 4 feet 2 inches 9 yards 1 foot 2 inches. check that. you need to convert everything into inches 1 yard = 16 inches
asked by halida on March 5, 2007 
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how do I find out how many feet are in 36 yards? i know that 3 feet equals 1 yard. You can multiply 3 times 36 to find the number of feet in 36 yards. You need to learn how to set up your equation and you can convert anything to
asked by chrissy on August 2, 2007 
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A rectangular field measures 50 yards by 100 yards. If it takes one quart of fertilizer to fertilize a 15footby30 foot section, how many GALLONS of fertilizer will be needed to fertilize the entire fields? (1 gallon = 4 quarts;
asked by Anonymous on July 23, 2012 
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Could we multiply the following dimensions 9yards x 6 yards x 3 yards and then convert the final answer into cubic feet?
asked by kelly on March 10, 2011 
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2. Jane is making a suit which requires 2 5/8 yards for the jacket and 1 3/4 yards for the skirt. What is the total amount of material she needs? A. 4 3/8 yards B. 3 2/3 yards C. 4 yards D. 3 1/2 yards A?
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How do I convert 4 inches into yards? 4inches (1yards/36inches) = 4/36 yards Just in case you wondered where 36 in. came from... You must know that 1 yd = 3ft Then you set the dimensional analysis: the wanted is "yd". the given is
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A contractor purchases gravel one cubic yard at a time. (a) A gravel driveway L yards long and 6 yards wide is to be poured to a depth of 1 foot. Find a formula for n(L), the number of cubic yards of gravel the contractor buys,
asked by ally on March 13, 2016 
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On three consecutive passes, a football team gains 8 yards, lose 26 yards, and gain 16 yards. The total net yardage is how many yards. 826+16=32 yards. Is this right.
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