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2-98.

Express each of the following lengths in the specified unit.

It is important to remember that $12$ inches are equal to one foot and $3$ feet are equal to one yard.

1.  $1\frac{1}{2}$ feet is _____  inches.

Knowing the information provided above, can you find how many inches are in half of a foot? It may be easiest to use addition to solve this problem

1.  $6$ inches is _____  feet.

If $12$ inches is one whole foot, how much of a foot is $6$ inch

1.   $\frac { 3 } { 4 }$feet is _____ inches.

$\text{How many inches are in }\frac{1}{4} \text{ feet?}\\ \text{ Try finding this first.}$

$\text{There are }9\text{ inches in }\frac{3}{4}\text{ feet and }\\(3\text{ inches in }\frac{1}{4}\text{ feet}).$

1.  $27$ inches is _____ feet.

If $24$ inches are in $2$ feet, how many inches would be left in this conversion?

1.  $7$ yards is _____ feet.

If each yard is $3$ feet, how many feet should be in $7$ yards? Try drawing a diagram.

1.  $42$ inches is _____ feet.

How many groups of $12$ inches fit into $42$ inches?
How many inches will be left?

$\text{ There are }3\frac{1}{2}\text{ feet in }42\text{ inches}.$