Q: How many foots are in a yard?

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Feet* and three feet in a yard

1 yard 2 feet = 5 feet.

1 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 6 feet 3 yards = 9 feet

9. One yard has 3 feet. So, if you multiply that by the number of yards in total, you would get 9.

1 mile = 5,280 foots 0.1 mile = 528 of them

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1 yard = 3 foots 2 yards = 6 foots 3 yards = 9 foots . . etc.

3 feet makes a yard

Feet* and three feet in a yard

1 yard 2 feet = 5 feet.

1 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 6 feet 3 yards = 9 feet

9. One yard has 3 feet. So, if you multiply that by the number of yards in total, you would get 9.

3 ft/yd x 3 ft/yd = 9 sq ft/ sq yd.

1 mile = 5,280 foots 0.1 mile = 528 of them

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12.5 feet

1600 square feet (not foots!) = 148.6449 sq metres (to 4 dp)