$53.91 per square yard. That's pretty expensive carpet...........
cost of per square yard will be 468.00.
1 yard = 3 foot so 16 foot by 18 foot = 51/3 x 6 yard carpet 51/3 x 6 = 32 square yards of carpet. At 0.65 per square yard this is 0.65 x 20.80 per square yard.
There are 9 square feet in a square yard, so 34 divided by 9 is $3.78 a square foot.
Every 9 inches of a roll with a 12-foot width is a square yard. This means every lineal or running foot of 12-foot wide carpet is 1 1/3 square yards of carpet. If carpet is $11.26 per square yard, a running foot of our carpet on the roll would cost about $15. The actual answer is $15 and 1 & 1/3 cents a lineal foot.
There are 9 square feet in a square yard, so divide the price per square yard by 9. 30.98/9=3.44222222222
There are 9 square feet in a square yard. This means to find price per square foot given price per square yard, division by 9 is in order. $11.69 divided by 9 = $1.298888... or about $1.30 per square foot.
1 sq. yard is 9 sq. feet, thus being 9.99 divided by 9.
It depends on the carpet.
No. Many stores have went to square foot pricing because it is easier to visualize a square foot and also the square foot price is smaller. Carpet mills still require purchase orders in square yards and is still the standard for which carpet is sold. Home Depot, the leading carpet seller in America prices there carpets in both square yard pricing and square foot.
In Europe we all get charged by square meters when having carpet installed. It depends on the store. Not many years ago everyone in the US priced their carpet, pad, and installation by the square yard. Then someone realized they could advertise much lower prices if they changed everything to square feet. Now most flooring is sold by the square foot, but it seems most still install by the square yard (plus a surcharge for steps and odd shapes).
A square foot is a unit of area. A yard is a unit of distance. The two units are therefore incompatible. And, for that matter, you are very unlikely to get a straight length of carpet - unless you have a pet worm to take care of. ************* However, if you have a square yard of carpet, that is 3 ft x 3 ft, or 9 square feet per square yard.