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# How many inches in yard and feet?

feet = 12 in. yard= 3 feet thus 36 inches

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lets first find out relation between feet,inches and yard . 1 feet = 12 inches . 4 feet = 12 X4 =48 inches . now, realtion between yard and feet . 1 yard =3 feet. 4 feet =4/3 yards . =1.33 yards.

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