Q: If I have 9 yards of rope how many feet would that be?

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26 yards long

5 meters, or 500 centimeters, or about 5.47 yards, or 16.41 feet.

A rope is measured in metres, or feet.

30 inches or 2 feet and 6 inches

7.25 yards = 261 inches - 6 inches = 255 inches Divide 255 by however many pieces there are.

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26 yards long

5 meters, or 500 centimeters, or about 5.47 yards, or 16.41 feet.

A rope is measured in metres, or feet.

Multiply by 36.

30 inches or 2 feet and 6 inches

One yard is three feet so four yards are twelve feet. Twelve subtract two is ten so ten feet remains. Hope this helps. :)

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7.25 yards = 261 inches - 6 inches = 255 inches Divide 255 by however many pieces there are.

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