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    i have a problem with my homework it is hard for me can you please help me to understand these probelms

    9yd=_ ft
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    Quote Originally Posted by trevinoa View Post
    i have a problem with my homework it is hard for me can you please help me to understand these probelms

    9yd=_ ft
    How many feet are in a yard? There are 3 feet in a yard. So
    \frac{9~yd}{1} \cdot \left ( \frac{3~ft}{1~yd} \right ) = 27~ft

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    Quote Originally Posted by trevinoa View Post
    i have a problem with my homework it is hard for me can you please help me to understand these probelms

    9yd=_ ft
    First off, figure out how many feet are to one yard. and then multiply that by 9, and there'd be your answer .

    EDIT: topsquark beat me to it, but I would've personally rather not have shown her the work.
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