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A volume in cubic yards 2015-11-12
From James:
The first formula for figuring cubic yards of concrete need is length in feet, times width in feet, times depth in actual inches, divided by 320. Such as, 150x 50 feet x 4inches divided by 320 = cubic yards. How and why does this formula work?
Answered by Penny Nom.
Converting dollars to gallons 2007-06-12
From Cynthia:
How do I solve this problem? If a family uses .20 per 100 gallon of water. How many gallons would $10.00 cost, divided amoung 3 people? Thanks, Cynthia
Answered by Stephen La Rocque.



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