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How many cubic centimeters are there in 3.47yd^3Express the volume in cubic centimeters to three significant figures.

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How many cubic centimeters are there in 3.47yd^3
Express the volume in cubic centimeters to three significant figures.

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It is known that 1 yard is equal to 91.44Cm.

Then 1yd...

3.47 yd2 = (3.47x 764554.858) cm'
=2653005.357cm3
= 2650000cm3
(Take three significant figures)
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3.47 yd2 = (3.47x 764554.858) cm' =2653005.357cm3 = 2650000cm3 (Take three significant figures)

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