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Firewood is often sold by the cord. A cord of wood is a bundle measuring 4 feet by 4 feet by 8 feet. What is the volume of a cord of wood in cubic feet? A. 128 cu. ft. B. 64 cu. ft. C. 4.74
cu. ft. D. 3,456 cu. ft.
B. 128 cu. ft.
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The volume of a cord of wood in cubic feet is A. 128 cu. ft. To solve for the volume of this cord, multiply length, width and height.
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