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# What is 1 over 24 of a yard?

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A yard is 36 inches, so 1/24 of a yard is 1Â½ inches.

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Over Your Head - 2006 My Dog Ate My Yard 1-24 was released on: USA: 14 April 2007

1 yard = 36 inches % rate:24/36 or 2/3 of 1 yard

There are 38.1 quarters in 1 yard. Solution: A quarter is 24 mm, and there are 914.4 mm in a yard. so divide 914.4 by 24 and you will get an answer of 38.1.

To add 1/3 to 7/8 you have to make the numbers at the bottom the same and then add. Put both numbers over 24 (= 3 x 8). So 1/3 + 7/8 = 8/24 + 21/24 = 29/24 You would simplify this to 1 and 5/24

36 inches = 1 yard so 24 inches = 2/3 yards.

1 foot = 12 inches 3 feet = 1 yard = 36 inches 24/36 = 2/3 = 66.667%

There are 36 inches in 1 yard. 24 inches is 2 feet.

There are 36 inches in one yard. There are 12 inches in one foot. 36 - 12 = 24. Therefore, 1 yard minus 1 foot equals 24 inches.

One yard is 36 inches. 36 minus 24 equals 12 Answer is 12

No because 1 metre is about 1 yard and 3 inches

1 over 24 = 1/24 or 0.0417 (rounded to 4 decimal places)

The conversion between inch and yard are given .On finding the relation we get as follows . on converting inch to yard we get , 1 yard =36 inches . 36 inches : 24 inches . hence,the ratio becomes= 9 :4.

31 over 24 or 1 and 7 over 24~ 31/24. OR. 1 7/24

A meter is just over 39 inches ( a yard is 36 inches ) 1 meter = 1.0936133 yard 0.9144 meter = 1 yard

1 yard = 3 feet Therefore 24 feet are in 8 yards.

A meter is a bit over 3 inches longer than a yard.

1 Yard = 3 feet in 24 hours 3 feet X 7 days = 21 feet/week

No. It takes 36 inches (3 feet) to equal one yard and 24 inches is only 2 feet.

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