There are 27 feet in 9 yards.

1 yards = 3 feet 9 feet = 3 yards

There are 9 feet in 3 yards. 3 yards x 3 feet/1 yards = 9 feet 1 yards = 3 feet

3 feet = 1 yard 9 feet = 3 yards

1 yard is 3 feet. 9 yards is 27 feet.

27 feet is 9 yards. There are three feet in a yard.

5 yards - 9 feet = 2 yards

Nine feet is three yards.

3 feet = 1 yard 6 feet = 2 yards 9 feet = 3 yards 27 feet = 9 yards

There is nine feet in three yards.there are 9 feet in 3 yards

There are 27 square feet in 9 square yards.

There are 3 feet to a yard. So that would be 9 yards.

9 feet~ one yard is three feet, so three yards is 9 feet (3x3=9)

9.5 feet = 3.16 yards.

There are: 9 yards, 12 yards and 17 yards respectively

9 feet divided by 3 feet in a yard equals 3 yards.

9 square yards = 81 square feet.

9 sq yards = 81 sq feet

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 9 feet is equal to 9/3 = 3 yards.

3 feet = 1 yardso there will be9 feet = 3 yards.3 yards3 feet in one yard9 feet is 3 yards.Nine feet is equivalent to three yards. The comparison is three feet to a yard.

Just divide the number of feet by three to get yards. So, 9/3 = 3 yards.

9' x 9' (81 square feet) = 9 square yards.

9ft by 9ft is the same as 3 yards by 3 yards so the answer is 9 square yards.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 9 yards is equal to 9 x 3 = 27 feet.

3 feet = 1 yard so 9 feet would be 3 yards.

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