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How to find the square yard?


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2011-07-16 05:25:29
2011-07-16 05:25:29

If you mean how do you calculate the square yardage of an area, you multiply the length by the width. If an area is 5 yards long and 5 yards wide, the square yardage is 25 square yards.


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A square yard.A square yard.A square yard.A square yard.

All you need to know is that there are 3 feet in a yard.Then you square it, like this:(3 foot/yard) x (3 foot/yard) = (3 foot/yard)2 = 9 foot2/yard2

No. One yard is a distance, square yard is the surface of a square that's one yard long and one yard wide.

There are 9 square feet to one square yard, so divide the number of square feet by 9 to find the number of square yards.

One square yard is just that. One yard wide by one yard long. It is one square yard.

1 square yard = 1 yard x 1 yard

A square yard is larger. There are 9 square feet in each square yard.

There are no square feet in a yard (yard is one-dimensional, square foot is two-dimensional). However, there are 9 square feet in a square yard.

You mean Square Feet in Square Yard.....Right? One square yard is the area occupied by a square of side 1 yard. But 1 yard is 3 feet so one square yard is equivalent in area occupied by a square of side 3 feet, but now the units will be square feet rather than square yard. A square with side 3 feet has an ares of 9 square feet which is the same as 1 square yard.

One square yard is nine square feet.

There are nine square feet in one square yard.There are nine square feet in one square yard.

Square inches measure area. Yards measure length.If you mean square inches (of area) per square yard (of area), read on.First, there are 12 inches to a foot, and 3 feet to a yard. That makes 12 x 3 = 36 inches per yard. then to find square inches in a square yard, you need to square the 36--that is, multiply it by itself. So....36 x 36 = 1296.

The only way to answer this is to assume you mean a square yard as this is the only way to answer your question. Since 3 feet are in a yard, to convert there are 32 square feet in a square yard. So, 9 square feet in a square yard.

One square yard = 1,296 in2

A square yard is a measure of area that represents an area that is one yard by one yard in size. If you have a roll of paper 1 yard wide and you pull some off the roll and cut it off at a length of 1 yard, your piece of paper is 1 yard by 1 yard in size. It has 1 square yard of area. Note that, because the yard is three feet in length, the square yard is a square that is 3 feet by 3 feet, or 9 square feet. A square yard is 9 square feet. The reason we went here is because if the square yard doesn't have to be a perfect square. It can be a rectangle that is 2 feet by 4 1/2 feet in size. As long as the product of the length and the width is 1 square yard (or 9 square feet), you'll have that square yard. Extending the idea, any flat shape can have a square yard of area. As long as the equivalent "shaded area" of the shape equals the shaded area of a square that is 1 yard by 1 yard, both have an area of 1 square yard.

1 square yard = 1 yard*1 yard = 3 feet*3 feet = 9 square feet.

1 yard = .9144 meter, therefore 1 square yard = .83612736 square meter. In other words, 1 square meter = 1.19599005 square yard

it doesn't quite work like that. A SQUARE yard means that it is a square, but each side measures a yard.

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

1 square yard = 0.03305785 square rods.

1 square yard = 8,361.27 square centimeters.

One square yard is 0.000000836127392 square km.

A square meter is larger than a square yard.

There are 0.83612736 square metres in one square yard.

No. A square yard is equal to 9 square feet.

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