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# How many 3x5 note cards would it take to fully cover a football field including the end zones?

Updated: 12/10/2022

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12inches x 3feetx 120 yards = 4320 inches long

12inchesx160feet = 1920 inches wide.

4320x1920 = 8294400 square inches

3*5= 15 square inches

829440/15 = 552,960 index cards.

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