You either convert yards to feet, or square yards to square feet. But you can't convert square yards to feet.

To convert square feet to square yards divide by 27.

You can't convert that. You can convert feet to yards, or square feet to square yards.

Multiply square yards by 9 to convert them to square feet. 9 x 11,910 square yards = 107,190 square feet.

1 square yard = 9 square feet to convert square yards to square feet, multiply by 9.

To convert from square feet to square yards, multiply square feet by 0.11. So, 4.5 x 0.11 = 0.495 square yards.

Multiply square feet by 0.111 to get square yards.

You cannot convert square feet, a measure of area, into yards, a measure of length. However, you can convert feet into yards and square feet into square yards, and I am sure you would find an exact conversion chart on the internet easily.

There are 9 square feet in one square yard. Therefore, to convert square yards to square feet, multiply by 9.Divide the number of yards by three.

160 square feet = 17.7 square yards.

Divide the number of square feet by 9 to convert to square yards.

Easy. Divide square feet by 9 to get square yards.

To convert from square yards to square feet, multiply square yards by 9. So, 50.15 x 9 = 431.35 square feet.

1,350 square feet. (multiply square yards by 9 to get square feet).

To convert from square yards to square feet, multiply by 9.

144 square feet = 16 square yards

Square feet divided by 9 = square yards.divide by 9

Multiply square yards by 27 to get square feet.

square feet x 0.111 = square yards

Square feet x 0.111 = square yards

Multiply the two numbers to get square feet, then divide the result by 9 to convert to square yards. OR: Convert each of the measurements to yards first (dividing by 3), then multiply the yards to get square yards.

Divide square feet by 9 to get square yards. So,240/9 = about 26.67 square yards

You cannot convert between feet and square yards. Feet are a measure of length and square yards are a measure of area.

To convert from square feet to square yards, divide the number of square feet by 9. Example, a 10' x 12' room contains 120 square feet. 120 divided by 9 = 13.33 square yards.

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