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There are: 15 times 24 = 360 square yards

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0Cannot be answered without knowing the length, width and depth.

For area measurements, you multiply the length by the width. Here the calculation gives you an answer of 360 square feet.

how many yards are in a acre ?the answer is easy it is 4840 yards .

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7040 yards 7040 yards

162.5 yards.

Yards and yards are the same measurement. Therefore, 50 yards is equal to 50 yards.

Yards and yards are the same length, so there are three (3) yards in three (3) yards

There are exactly 105 yards in 105 yards with no inches left over.

2 yards.2 yards

723 yards. A yard is a yard.

17.63333333333333 yards

16 hectares is 191358 sq yards. It is not possible to give the length and breadth since the area could be, for example, 1 yard by 191358 yards or 10 yards by 19135.8 yards or 100 yards by 1913.58 yards or 2 yards by 95697 yards

.33333333 is how many yards is a foot.

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How many what? 8 yards is 24 feet. 8 yards is also 288 inches.

40 000 yards = 22 miles and 1,280 yards

That is an incorrect comparement. Yards are length; Cubic Yards are volume.

19,607 yards is 11.14 miles.

11/2 yards or 1.5 yards.

247,000 yards

3 miles are 5280 yards. + 25 yards = 5305 yards.

There is 2050 yards, 1.16 miles,or 1 mile and 10 yards in 2050 yards

Yards and yards are the same measurement. Therefore, 440 yards is equal to 440 yards.

Linear yards and yards are the same measurement. Therefore, 550 linear yards is equal to 550 yards.

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