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Q: How do you calculate linear feet to square yards?

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There are linear feet, and square feet, but no "linear square feet".

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

There are no square yards in 482 linear feet.

There are 9 square feet in each square yard. You multiply the yards by 9 to get the feet.

Feet can't be converted to square feet. Feet measure length, while square feet measure area.

This would be an unanswerable question as 80 linear feet is a linear unit and square yards is a measure of area. Now if the yard is 80 linear feet by 80 linear feet , that would be an area of 6400 square feet. Since 9 square feet occupy a square yard, that would be an area of 711 1/3 square yards. But, 80 linear feet is only a measure in one dimension and area is a two dimensional measure

None because square feet and linear yards are different units of measurements.

You cannot convert a square measurement to a linear measurement. 110 sq. ft. is a square measurement. Yards is a linear measurement (=3 feet).

Square yards is an area. Linear feet is a line. You can't compare them.

You can't calculate linear footage based on square yardage alone. If you meant square footage it will cover 810 sq. ft..

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

7 The dimension you provide is not a squared dimension but a linear dimension. There are no squared dimensions in a linear dimension. There are 7 linear yards in 21 linear feet, but no squared yards.

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