One and a half yards of 60 inch width fabric.
A yard of fabric is measured at 36 inches. A meter of fabric is 39. something something, just a slight half inch under 40 inches.
0.19635 square inches.
Assuming a circle with a diameter of one half inch, A = 2Ï€r so the area in square inches would be half of pi or about 1.57 in2.
One square yard of fabric is 36 by 36 inches. 100 10 by 10 inch squares would be equal to 1000 by 1000 inches. 1000/36 is just under 28, so you would need 28 square yards of fabric.
12 x 12 =144/2=72 square inches
The answer depends on the shape of the 9 square foot piece of fabric. If the piece is 36 feet x 3 inches, for example, you will not get a single 5 inch square from it.
There are no square inches in an inch. Square inches are units of area and inches are units of length.
4 square feet are needed
No square inch can fit into an inch. an inch is a length but a square inch is a square and each side is 1 inch.
There are no inches in an square inch. Square inches are units of area and inches are units of length, the two can not be equated.
A half of an inch and 0.5 inches are the same length.