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Q: How many cubic feet can fit in one cubic yard?

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First, let's start by converting yards into feet. There are 3 feet in 1 yard, so 80 cubic yards is then equal to 240 cubic feet. We get this by multiplying 80 by 3. Now that we have equal units, we can find how many 7 cubic feet go into an 80 cubic yard box by doing 240 cubic feet divided by 7 cubic feet, and the answer we get is a decimal: 34.2857143. If we are going to round, we must round down if it is a matter of fitting into a box because if there is more than the decimal answer that we got, not all of it will be able to fit. Therefore, items of 7 cubic feet can fit into an 80 cubic yard box 34 times.

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A cord of wood occupies a volume of 128 cubic feet.[1] Step 1: The volume of the room is:LxWxH = (8 yards)(8 yards)(5 yards) = 320 cubic yards------------------------------------------------------------------------------[2] Step 2: Converting that into feet where 3 feet = 1 yard, you get the following:(3 feet)^3 = (1 yard)^327 cubic feet = 1 cubic yard(320 cubic yards)(27 cubic feet / 1 cubic yard) = 8640 cubic feet.------------------------------------------------------------------------------[3] Step 3: Now you just divide:8640 cubic feet of space / 128 cubic feet of wood = 67.5 cords!!

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