# How much will it cost to purchase chicken wire for a fence if 53 feet are needed and the fencing costs $4.71 per yard?

It will cost $83.21.

First we need to convert the information to the same units.

1 yard is equal to 3 feet, so we can convert the cost per yard to cost per foot.

1 yard = 3 feet $4.71/yard = 4.71/3 =$1.57/foot

$1.57/foot * 53 feet =$83.21

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To purchase 53 feet of chicken wire, you would need to convert feet to yards: 53 feet / 3 = 17.67 yards. Multiply the number of yards needed by the cost per yard: 17.67 yards * $4.71 per yard =$83.14. Therefore, it would cost approximately $83.14 to purchase chicken wire for a fence.

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