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A square foot (foot2 or ft2) is 1/9 of a square yard (yard2 or yd2) because a foot is 1/3 of a yard, and 1/32 is 1/9, as you are squaring the foot to yard comparison.

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A yard a measure of length and a square foot is a measure of area, the two can not be equated.

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

A SQUARE FOOT IS 1 foot X 1 footA square yard is 1 yard X 1 yard OR stated differently 3 feet X 3 feet = 9 square feet = 1 square yard

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No. One yard is three feet. One square yard is three feet on each of 4 sides. One square foot is a foot on each of four sides. One square yards has 3 times the area of one square foot.

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A square yard.

A square yard is 9 times greater than a square foot.

One square yard is nine square feet.

A yard a measure of length and a square foot is a measure of area, the two can not be equated.

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

There are 1/9 square yards in 1 square foot.

A 40-foot by 10-foot yard contains 400 square feet.

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

1 square yard = 9 square feet

One square yard is greater.

1 yard equals 3 feet. So 1 square yard would be the equivalent to a 3 by 3 foot square.

A SQUARE FOOT IS 1 foot X 1 footA square yard is 1 yard X 1 yard OR stated differently 3 feet X 3 feet = 9 square feet = 1 square yard