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Q: How do you Convert linear yard to square feet?

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The answer is "none." There are three linear feet in a linear yard; therefore, there are nine square feet (3 x 3) in a square yard.

There are three feet in a yard. A square yard is one (linear) yard - that is three (linear) feet - in each direction. 3 x 3 makes 9; so a square yard is nine square feet.

One yard is 3 linear feet times 3 linear feet which equals 9 square feet! There is one square yard in 9 square feet.

To convert from square yards to square feet, multiply by 9.

None.Square feet are a measure of area;Linear yards are a measure of lengthand have no width.Area is length times widtharea_of_linear_yard = 1 linear yard x 0 linear yard= 0 square yards= 0 square feet

3 feet = 1 linear yard =>9 square feet equals 1 square yard.

You do not. A square yard is a measure of area. A linear foot, as the name suggests, is a measure of distance. The two measure different things and it makes no sense to try to convert from one to the other.

You can convert from linear feet to linear yards and multiply, or you can multiply the linear feet and then divide by 9 square feet per square yard. 60 feet = 20 yards (because there are three feet to the yard) 12 feet = 4 yards 20 x 4 = 80 square yards === === 60' x 12' = 720 square feet 720/9 = 80 square yards

at 60 " wide how do you convert linear yards to meters

A linear yard is a unit of length. A square yard is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

Multiply square yards by nine to get square feet.

A square yard is a unit of area. A linear foot is a unit of distance. The two units are therefore incompatible.As long as you know the width you can convert square yards to linear feet. The formula I use is this... Linear feet = ((36SY)/w)/3. SY= square yards, w=width in inches. Many say you cannot convert a measyre of area to a measure of length, but as long as you know the width you can.

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