And we just have to remember there are 12 inches per yard.
Let me rewrite this, just as a bit of review. Yards times feet per yards.
We're still going to have 2 as a denominator. And that makes sense because we should have more feet than yards. Main content.
Just so we can take this in baby steps, maybe we convert this into feet first, and then once we have it in feet, then we can convert it into inches. That's the same thing as 4.
This will cancel out. You multiply that by 12, it makes sense.
Current time: If I'm going to have 2 yards, I'm going to have 6 feet. Next tutorial.
And we're going to want to multiply by 12, because however many feet we have, we're going to have 12 times as many inches. Converting yards into inches. And actually, this should be three times more, so everything makes sense.
Let me do it over here in the top right.
Another way to think about it is however many yards you have, you're going to have more feet, right? Now, whenever we're dealing with fractions and we're going to multiply and divide by fractions, it really complicates the issue to have a mixed number.
Math 4th grade Measurement and data Converting units of length. I'm just swapping the order.
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