Asked in Length and Distance, Math and Arithmetic
How many feet are in 35 yards?
105 feet in every yard there are 3 feet. 3 feet= 1 yard. since you want to find out how many feet are in 35 yards you multiply each side of the equation by 35 (simple algebra): to get that 105 feet= 35 yards. And there is your answer: 105 feet. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Area
What is the formula to find the surface area of a rectangular pool with a length of 105 feet and a width of 45 yards?
You multiply the two lengths to get the area. In this case you have to convert yards to feet (or feet to yards) first. So you get 1,575 square yards. ...
Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Algebra, Soil
How many yards of top soil will you need to cover an area 105 feet x 84 feet x 3 inches deep?
105 ft * 84 ft * 3 inches = 105/3 yards * 84/3 yards * 3/36 yards = 35 * 28 / 12 cubic yards = 245 cubic yards. ...