At $1.62 1/2 a cord of wood..what will be the cost of a pile of wood that is

24 ft long and 4 ft wide and 6ft 3in high?
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At $1.62 1/2 a cord, what will be the cost of a pile of wood 24ft long, 4 ft wide 6 ft, 3 in high?

 

A cord is 128 cu ft, so 1/2 cord is 64 cu ft.  3 in is 1/4 ft

(24*4*6)/4 = 144 cu ft

This is 2* 1/2 cord  2*1.62 = 3.24

plus 16 cu ft        16/64 = 2/8 = 1/4

1.62/4 = .40

 

3.24 + .4 = $3.64

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