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Joe packs his books in crafes that are 1.5 ft long, 10 in. high,and 14 in wide. How many cubic in. do each crate contain?

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    @Xetion

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    w*l*h

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    gracias:)

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    1.5 ft*10 in*14 in. oh and convert all to ft or all to in

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    :/ the chats dead:/

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    yes,sir:)

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    all to inches 1.5 ft*10 in*14 in. ft=12*in so 1.5 (12*in)*10 in*14 in=2520.0*inch^3

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    1.5 ft as in is 18 in

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    all to feet 1.5 ft*10 in*14 in. in=ft/12 1.5 ft*10 (ft/12)*14 (ft/12)=1.458333333*ft^3

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    can i do 2520 in?

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    ^3?

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    as my answer?

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    it has to be 2520 in ^3

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    yes,mk and tnx:)

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    ooh i missed a part of your q. It has to be in inch so it 2520 in^3 :D

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    ok,thank you,kind sir:)

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    May I close the question?

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    why you ask me? :P it is your q

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    lol.yea.sorr- nvm lol

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    I will now post another one real quick:)

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