Math and Arithmetic

# Which one is greater 1000 ft or 300 yd?

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300 yards = 300 x 3 = 900 feet which is less than 1000 feet

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## Related Questions There are three feet in one yard.300 yards is equal to 900 feet.Therefore 1,000 feet is greater than 300 yards. 1000 ft = 333.33 yd, so 1000 ft is greater Algebraic Steps / Dimensional Analysis1,000 ft*1 yd 3 ft=333.3333333 yd 1 yd = 3 ft &rarr; 300 yd = 300 &times; 3 ft = 900 ft &rarr; 1000 ft is greater than 300 yd.  1000 feet1 yard = 3 feet1000 ft = 1000 feet * 1 yard/3 feet = 333.33 yardsthus,1000 feet > 300 yards 1000 ft is more than 300 yd. 300 yd is 900 ft. 1000 ft is bigger 300 yd is smaller   1000 ft x 300 ft = 6.887 acres, approx. It is 1000 feet because 300 yards = 900 feet 300 feet is greater - 80 yards is only 240 feet. No, 6 feet is less than 300 cm (10 ft.). Yes, it is. 1000 ft = 333.3 yards, which is longer than 300 yards There are 3 feet in one yard.To work this out multiply 300 (yards) by 3 (feet) - like this - 300 x 3 = 900So 300 yards is equal to 900 feet, therefore 1,000 feet is greater. 1 acre = 43560 sq ft 1000 ft x 300 ft = 300000 sq ft = 300000 &divide; 43560 acres = 6322/363 acres &asymp; 6.887 acres  Trains are 300-500 meters long (1000-1500 ft). Since one mile = 5280 ft, 4 miles = 21120 ft. 4 miles is greater than 21000 ft. ONE mile is 5280 feet, four is 21120 feet. 1000 feet is much less than four miles. 25 x 12 = 300 and (8 x 36) + 11 = 299 so 25 ft is 1 inch greater  A metre is slightly longer than 1 yard = 3 ft 3000 ft = 3000 &divide; 3 yd = 1000 yd &rarr; 1500 m is greater than 3000 ft. "1000 ft" normally means "1000 ft along a straight line" ... as opposed to "1000 square ft" or "1000 cubic ft" of "1000 ft" along a curved path or road. The word "linear" is inserted just to eliminate any ambiguity. 300 metres is longer.300 metres = 984.252 ft.300 yards = 900 ft.

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