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3. To convert 24 yards to feet, should you multiply by 3 or divide by 3? Explain your answer in two different ways that a fifth-grader could understand.Beckmann, Sybilla. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, (p. 521). Pearson Education. Kindle Edition.

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3. To convert 24 yards to feet, should you multiply by 3 or divide by 3? Explain your answer in two different ways that a fifth-grader could understand.

Beckmann, Sybilla. Mathematics for Elementary Teachers with Activities, (p. 521). Pearson Education. Kindle Edition.

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The one yard is equal to three feet
In order to convert the yard to feet, multiply the magnitude of yard with 3
Convert the 24 yards into feet as follows.
20 yards (20x3) feets
1
- 60 feets
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The one yard is equal to three feet In order to convert the yard to feet, multiply the magnitude of yard with 3 Convert the 24 yards into feet as follows. 20 yards (20x3) feets 1 - 60 feets

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