Q: How many times can 6 inches go into 10 yards?

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10 feet = 3.333 yards and 120 inches.

360 inches is 10 yards and 300 inches is about 8.33 yards.

There are 36 inches in a in a yard, so 10 LINEAR yards would equal 360 LINEAR inches.

There are 36 inches in one yard. Therefore, 6 yards 10 inches is equal to (6 x 36) = 216 + 10 = 226 inches.

36 inches = 1 yard so 360 inches = 360/36 = 10 yards.

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10 feet = 3.333 yards and 120 inches.

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360 inches is 10 yards and 300 inches is about 8.33 yards.

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there are 10 2/9 yards in 368 inches.

Their are 36 inches in a yard. 36 x 10 will tell you how many inches are in 10 yards. 36 x 10 = 360 inches. This means that 10 yards is longer than 350 inches.

There are 36 inches in a in a yard, so 10 LINEAR yards would equal 360 LINEAR inches.

There are 36 inches in a yard. 10 x 36 = 360 360 inches = 10 yards.

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10 yards equals 30 feet which equals 360 inches.

There are 36 inches in one yard. Therefore, 6 yards 10 inches is equal to (6 x 36) = 216 + 10 = 226 inches.