HOW TO CONVERT $0.42 PER POUND TO CFT PRICE?

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HOW TO CONVERT $0.42 PER POUND TO CFT PRICE?

Postby HAPPYJACKAZ1 » Thu Oct 30, 2008 9:54 pm

Hello Guys,

Can anyone help me out with the following?

I have a 21' length of steel pipe that weighs 10.80#/per foot.

I have a price per pound of $0.42/per pound that needs to be converted to price per CFT (Pirce per hundred Ft.)

Conversion advice needed.
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Re: HOW TO CONVERT $0.42 PER POUND TO CFT PRICE?

Postby Guest » Fri Oct 31, 2008 6:04 pm

HAPPYJACKAZ1 wrote:Hello Guys,

Can anyone help me out with the following?

I have a 21' length of steel pipe that weighs 10.80#/per foot.

I have a price per pound of $0.42/per pound that needs to be converted to price per CFT (Pirce per hundred Ft.)

Conversion advice needed.


10.80 lb/ft x $0.42/lb = $4.536/ft = $453.6/CFT
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