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Multiply the two numbers to get square feet, then divide the result by 9 to convert to square yards.

OR: Convert each of the measurements to yards first (dividing by 3), then multiply the yards to get square yards.

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0There are 9 square feet in one square yard. That would give you 54 square feet.

There are 9 square feet in 1 square yard. To change square yards to square feet multiply by 9. In this case the answer is 54 square feet.

Yes. Any formation of 9 square feet is a square yard.... 4.5 x 2 or 6 x 1.5, for instance.

One square yard equals 9 square feet, so 54 sq ft would equal 6 square yards.

18 feet x 3 feet = 54 square feet / 9= 6 square yards x $25 =$150 or 18 feet / 3 feet = 6 yards x 1 yard= 6 square yards x $25= $150

1 yard = 3 feet1 square yard = 9 square feet6 yards = 18 feetArea of the floor = (18 feet) x (14 feet) = 252 square feet = 28 square yards==============================The other way to do it:3 feet = 1 yard14 feet = 42/3 yardsArea of the floor = (6 yards) x (42/3 yards) = 28 square yards

6 feet by 4 feet is 24 square feet. There are 9 square feet in a square yard, so 24 square feet is 2 and 2/3 square yards (2.666 square yards).

3 feet by 6 feet is 1 yard by 2 yards, 36 inches by 72 inches, 18 feet square feet, 2 square yards, etc.

There's a bit of guesswork to be done on my part here because you're going from one dimension to two dimensions, and you can't actually do a conversion unless you know what the length of the second dimension is. Potentially relevant examples: 1) If you have something that is 3 feet long and 2 feet wide, it's square footage is 3x2 = 6 square feet. 2)If you want to convert from square feet to square yards, it's a bit trickier. 1 square yard = 1 yard x 1 yard = 3 feet x 3 feet = 9 square feet. In the case of example 1, 6 square feet = 2/3 square yard, which can be calculated by converting feet to yards and then multiplying to find square yardage: 3 feet x 2 feet = 1 yard x 2/3 yard = 2/3 square yard.

One yard will cover 81 square feet 4 inches thick, So 81x40=3,240 square feet if spread 4 inches thick. 36/4=9, 9x3x3=81, 81x40=3,240 If you want it 6 inches thick 36/6=6, 6x3x3=54, So one yard will cover 54 square feet 6 inches thick, And 54x40=2,160 square feet If spread 6 inches thick! Now this is spreading it on thick/DEEP!

So your dimensions are given in feet, but your cost is in yard, so we need to convert the dimensions to yard. 3 feet = 1 yard, so our new dimensions are 6 yard by 8 yard. Now we need to find the area, which is just 6*8 = 48 square yards. If it's 9 dollars per square yard, and we have 48 square yards to cover, the cost is 48 * 9 = 432$.

That depends on how thick you are pouring the slab (or patio or whatever). Say for example you're pouring it 6 inches deep, which is 1/6 yard. You could get 6 square yards, which (times 9) is 54 square feet.

6^2 yards.* * * * *NO!9 square feet = 1 square yard so 18 square feet = 2 sq yards.

1 square yard = 9 square feet 141 square feet = 141/9 = 15 and 6/9 or 15 and 2/3 square yards

There are 6 half feet (6") in a yard. So the answer is 1/6th of a yard.

6 inches is 1/6 of a yard, so a cubic yard of concrete will cover 6 sq yards = 54 sq ft

6 feet1 yard = 3 feetso 1 yard 3 feet = 3 + 3 = 6 feet

The question as stated makes no sense, as square feet is a measure of area and "yard", is a measurement of volume. Normally, "yard" is a measurement of length. However, concrete, soil, gravel, sand, etc., are normally sold (in the U.S.) by the "yard" which is simply short for "cubic yard." However, you may easily calculate the area that a yard of crushed rock will cover, depending on the desired depth of crushed rock. As a cubic yard is 3 feet by 3 feet by 3 feet, which is equivalent to 9 square feet by 36 inches, simply divide 36 inches by the desired depth in inches, and multiply it by 9 square feet. Thus, if you wanted a depth of 8 inches, 36 divided by 8 is 4.5. So, you can cover 4.5 square yards, or 4.5 times 9 square feet = 40.5 square feet, which would be a square area approximately 6 feet 4 inches by 6 feet 4 inches.

Yards are a 1-dimensional measure, and square feet are a 2-dimensional one. So, they cannot be interchanged. There are, however, 2/3 of a square yard in 6 square feet.

1 yard is 3 feet so 6 yards is 18 feet

One yard is 3 feet, so 6 yard is 18 feet. The answer is: 6 yard is bigger than 12 feet.

6 square yards. 3 feet = 1 yard, so 9 ft by 6 ft = 3 yards by 2 yards Square footage/square yards is calculated by multiplying the length by the width. 3 X 2 = 6 square yards 9 X 6 = 54 square feet

2 and a half feet is 5/6 of a yard.

it covers 1/3 of a mile

Illogical. Miles is a distance and Acres is an area. That's not illogical. He could have meant square miles. 250 acres is 0.39 square miles, or about 10,872,000 square feet. If it was a square, it would be about 3,297 feet long and wide. That's also .6 miles by .6 miles, if the land is square and flat.

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