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Q: How many square yards in a piece of fabric 435 feet long and 15 feet wide?

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10 square feet = 1.11 square yards.

You will need 7.1 square yards of fabric.

The piece is 2 yards by 4 yards ie 8 square yards. Square yards is a measure of area and there are no yards (a measure of distance) in square yards.

To determine square feet you need two dimensions: length and width. If the fabric is 500 yards long, then it is 1,500 feet long (3 feet per yard). If the fabric is 3 feet wide (36"), then the total is 4,500 square feet, but if it is 5 feet wide (60") then the total is 7,500 square feet.

If your fabric is 60" wide, you'd need 2 & 2/3 yards.

If you're referring to 42" fabric, then 32 square feet would be 3 yards. The way I came about this is: 36" (1 yard) of 42" fabric is 10.5 square feet (36" x 42" = 1512 square inches divided by 144 square inches (or 12" x 12")); then I divided 10.5 square feet into 32 square feet getting the answer of 3.0476 yards.

almost 3 yards 2.87 yards

15 ft = 5 yards 5 yards* 5 yards = 25 square yards

Since material comes in rectangular shapes, you need a 60" x 60" square piece of material which is 5' x 5' or 25 square feet. A yard is 9 square feet, so you need 3 yards of material, which is 27 square feet.

That depends on what you want to make. Or do you mean how many yards of fabric are in 12 feet of fabric? If that's what you mean, the answer is 12 feet is equal to 4 yards.

5 feet of fabric is 1 2/3 yards of fabric. 1 yard equals 3 feet.

10-ft by 10-ft = 100 square feet = 111/9 square yards.

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