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Q: 1 ft is what fraction of a yard?

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1 yard = 3 feet so 1 ft/1 yard = 1 ft/3 ft = 1/31 yard = 3 feet so 1 ft/1 yard = 1 ft/3 ft = 1/31 yard = 3 feet so 1 ft/1 yard = 1 ft/3 ft = 1/31 yard = 3 feet so 1 ft/1 yard = 1 ft/3 ft = 1/3

2 ft/1 yard = 2 ft/3 ft = 2/32 ft/1 yard = 2 ft/3 ft = 2/32 ft/1 yard = 2 ft/3 ft = 2/32 ft/1 yard = 2 ft/3 ft = 2/3

1/2 of a yard1 foot = 12 inches1 yard = 3 feet1yard * 3 ft/1 yard * 12 inches/1 ft = 36 inches18 inches = 18/36 or 1/2 of a yard

Well... One yard = 3 ft = 36 inches. Thus, 3 inches is 1/12 of a yard.

3 ft = 1 yard 11/2 ft = 1/2 yard

3 ft = 1 yard

1 yard = 3 ft ⇒ 1 yard ÷ 18 ft = 3 ft ÷ 18 ft = 1/6

1 ft = (33 and 1/3) percent of 1 yard

1/2 yard

9 square feet in one square yard.WORK:1 yard = 3 ft, 1 yard X 1 yard = 1 sq yard, Substitute: 3 ft X 3 ft = 9 sq ft

No because 1 yard is 3 ft and 4 yard is 12 ft

1 yard means 1 cubic yard; 4 in = 1/3 ft; 1 yd = 3 ft 1 cubic yard 3x3x3 cubic feet= (1/3 ft)(X sq ft) X = 81 sq ft

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