36 inches to a yard, so 3600 to 100 yards
First, determine the area of a football field. Remember that the end zones are part of the area. Second, determine the area of a stamp. Third, make sure your units are the same. You will have to convert from square yards to square inches or from square inches to square yards. Last, divide the area of the football field by the area of the stamp. The result is the number of stamps required to cover the field. The area of any rectangle is the product of its length and width: A = l x w. There are 144 square inches per square foot, and nine square feet per square yard.
8 yards = 288 inches, since there are 36 inches in a yard.
135 inches = 3.75 yards
360 inches is 10 yards and 300 inches is about 8.33 yards.
81 inches = 2.25 yards
Two football fields are 7,200 inches long, if you count one football field as 100 yards. 2 football fields x 100 yards per football field x 3 feet in a yard x 12 inches in a foot = 7200 inches.
American football = 100 yards = 300 feet = 3600 inches
A football field is 5531.21 square yards.
A football field across is 53.3 yards.
The circumferance of an official adult size football (soccer) should be not less than 27 inches, not more than 28 inches.
97.778 yards or just about a football field.
an American football field is 100 yards or 300 feet.
About 9. Football: 100x53.3 yards Polo: 300x160 yards