6 feet is a longer distance.

the answer is 240 inches

180 inches --- 1yard = 36inches

12 INCHES=1FOOT 24INCHES=2FEET

No.No.No.No.

1 yard 1 foot is 48 inches.

12 inches = 1 foot 24 inches = 2 feet

1 yard =36 inches 1 yard 9 inches = 36 + 9 = 45 inches

2 feet 8 inches is 0.81 meter.

24 inches = 2 feet

12in.= 1 foot, therefore 42in= 31/2feet

(2 and 1/6th) feet, or 2feet 2inches

36 inches = 1 yard 46 inches = 1yard 10inches

26 inches = 2feet 2inches

1 yard =36 inches so ,36/15 =2.4 2.4 is the scale factor if the scale is 15 inches equals 1yard

36 inches 12 inches = 1 foot 36 inches = 3 feet = 1yard

2 feet would equal 24 inches.

One yard is equal to 36 inches. There are 12 inches in a foot, and 3 feet in a yard. 12 x 3 = 36.

1/2 of a yard1 foot = 12 inches1 yard = 3 feet1yard * 3 ft/1 yard * 12 inches/1 ft = 36 inches18 inches = 18/36 or 1/2 of a yard

1 yard 9 inches is greater than 44 inches.

No. Two feet equals 24 inches, and 24 inches is less than 30 inches.

2 feet = 24.0 inches, exactly.

1 yard = 36 inches 1 cubic yard = 1yard x 1yard x 1yard = 36 x 36 x 36 = 46656 cubic inches Similarly 1 inch = 1/36 yard 1 cubic inch = (1/36) x (1/36) x (1/36) = 1/46656 cubic yard

3yards x 3ft/1yard +2ft= 11ft x 12inches/1ft = 132inches

2640ft x (1yard/3ft) = 880 yards 2640ft x (1yard/3ft) = 880 yards

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