Q: How many 4 foot lengths of string can be cut from a piece of string 3 yards 1 foot long?

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4, you got to be young to not get this,

9 pieces: 6 yards = 18 feet, then divide by 2 feet per piece to get 9 pieces.

30 feet = 10 yards

165 yards, one foot

1/3 of a yard is one foot

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4, you got to be young to not get this,

9 pieces: 6 yards = 18 feet, then divide by 2 feet per piece to get 9 pieces.

you can make 27 out of it

Only if it happens to be a 2 foot long piece of string.

A yard is three feet, so twenty-four yards would be three times twenty four feet, or seventy two feet. The would then be 1/72 of these lengths in a foot.

A liter. This is rather like asking "how long is a 1 foot piece of string."

A liter. This is rather like asking "how long is a 1 foot piece of string."

First, the lengths must be converted to feet. 13 feet is 13/3 yards. To find the area of the room, we take length times width, or (13/3)*(13/3)=169/9 yards. This is about about 18.78 yards.

Total length = 16ft Let the longer piece = x ft Let the other piece = (16-x)ft equation, x - 2(16-x) = 1 x - 32 + 2x = 1 3x = 33 x = 11ft 16-x = 5ft Longer piece = 11ft shorter piece = 5ft

The weight of one foot of string depends on the type and thickness of the string. However, a typical estimate for a lightweight string could be around 0.1-0.2 ounces per foot.

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As there are 3 yards in 1 foot, 20 yards and 1 foot is 61 feet.