Q: How do you find the volume of a cube when it is 1yd on its edge?

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I presume 1 yard of mulch means 1 cu yard of mulch 1yd = 3ft 1 cu yard = 1yd x 1yd x 1yd = 3ft x 3ft x 3ft = 27 cu ft. 12 in = 1ft 1in = 1/12 ft 3in = 3/12 ft = 1/4 ft volume = area x depth => area = volume / depth = 27 cu ft / (1/4 ft) = 108 sq ft.

No because 1yd and 1ft = 4 feet

1yd = 36in 43in x 1yd/36in = 1.2yd

No, it's 3 centimeters.

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Yd

I presume 1 yard of mulch means 1 cu yard of mulch 1yd = 3ft 1 cu yard = 1yd x 1yd x 1yd = 3ft x 3ft x 3ft = 27 cu ft. 12 in = 1ft 1in = 1/12 ft 3in = 3/12 ft = 1/4 ft volume = area x depth => area = volume / depth = 27 cu ft / (1/4 ft) = 108 sq ft.

No because 1yd and 1ft = 4 feet

1 yd = 3 ft (1yd x 1yd x 1yd) = 1 yd3 = (3ft x 3ft x 3ft) = 27 ft3

yes

36

There are: 720*3 = 2160 feet

1yd = 36in 43in x 1yd/36in = 1.2yd

1yd 7ft 12in = 1yd 8ft = 3yds 2ft = 11ft = 132in

3ft=1yd

No, it's 3 centimeters.