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Answered 2011-03-15 20:50:36

first you need to convert all of the measurements into one units. Lets use ft as the universal unit in this case.

8ft = 8ft (Obviously!)

2in = 1/6ft

3yd = 9ft

8ft by (1/6)ft by 9ft = 12ft

Volume = 12ft

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