Q: How much feet is 10 yard?

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There are 3 feet in a yard so 10 yards have 30 feet in it.There are 3 feet in a yard. There are 30 feet in 10 yards.

The answer would be 10 yards. Each yard is equal to 3 feet.

A yard is 3 feet and 5/10 of 3 feet is 1.5 feet

lets convert yard to feet first . relation between feet and yard is as given . 1 yard =3 feet. 20 yard =60 feet. 10 yard = 30 feet. Now,calculating area =60 X 30 sq.feet =1800 sq.feet

there are 3 feet and 36 inches in a yard

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3 yards are 9 feet.

There are 3 feet to a yard. Ten feet is the longer measurement.

Take the number of feet and divide them by a ratio of 3 feet/1 yard. For example, 30 feet / (3 feet/1 yard) = 1 yard * 30 feet/3 feet = 1 yard * 10, since the units cancel, and 1 yard * 10 = 10 yards

There are 3 feet in a yard so 10 yards have 30 feet in it.There are 3 feet in a yard. There are 30 feet in 10 yards.

1 yard = 3 feet

The answer would be 10 yards. Each yard is equal to 3 feet.

There are 3 feet in 1 yard

A yard is 3 feet. 10 feet divided by a yard (3 feet) comes out as 10/3= 3.333, 3 1/3, or can be left as 10/3.

10 feet 3 yards x 3 feet per yard=9 feet +1 foot = 10 feet

There are three feet in a yard. So let's do the math. 3 times 10 is thirty feet in 10 yards.

A yard is 3 feet and 5/10 of 3 feet is 1.5 feet

3 feet in 1 yard.