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A yard is 36 inches. There are two ways to convert 1 inch to a yard. 1 inch equals 1/36th of a yard or; one inch equals .027778 of a yard. In the first instance the conversion is represented as a fraction without the necessity to carry out any arithmetic. In the second instance arithmetic is necessary, one (1) divided (/) by 36, to convert to a decimal value which also expresses 1 inch as a yard..

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