Q: How many feet are there n 2 yards?

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1 yard = 3 feet So Number of yards in 93 feet = 93/3 = 31

three feet are in one yard

Multiply feet by 12 to get inches. For example 2 feet = 2 x 12 = 24 inches 5 feet = 5 x 12 = 60 inches ... ... 10 feet = 10 x 12 = 120 inches ... ... n feet = n x 12 = 12n inches

[(n-1)*(n-2)]/2.

n(n-3)/2

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1 yard = 3 feet So Number of yards in 93 feet = 93/3 = 31

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three feet are in one yard

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you need four pices of wood with the following lengths for a project:3 1/8 feet, 5 1/2 feet 2 3/4 feet,and 4 feet how many feet of wood do you need?

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Marlon (M) = Sara (S) - 2 , Marlon is two feet to the left of Sara Dave (D) = S + 6 , Dave is 6 feet to the right of Sara Nicole (N) = D - 4 , Nicole is 4 feet to the left of Dave Need to solve for N in terms of M D = N + 4 from third equation S = M + 2 from first equation Plug S and D into the second equation: N + 4 = M + 2 + 6 N = M + 2 + 6 - 4 N = M + 4 Nicole is 4 feet to the right of Marlon