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equals 3 feet, you can think of (1 yard)/(3 feet) as a fraction equivalent to 1. Thus, in multiplying 13 by (1 yard)/(3 feet), you leave the value of 13 feet unchanged. (a) Why is it useful to use yards/feet rather than feet/yards? (b) What does the answer 4 and 1/3 mean?

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OpenStudy (anonymous):

e.g 5 yards / 6 feet = 30 feet / 6 feet = 5, Similarly, 6 feet / 5 yards = 6 feet / 30 feet = 0.2 or 1/5

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