Q: Is 1000 feet larger than 300 yards?

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Yes, 1,000 feet is greater than 300 yards. There are 3 feet in a yard, so you divide 1000 by 3 to get 333.33333 yards. 333.33333 yards is greater than 300 yards.

9 yards equals 27 feet. So, 9 yards is larger than 26 feet.

Yes, yards are three times larger than feet. So three feet is equivalent to one yard.

No, they are equal.

Yards. Lakes are pretty big, and yards is a larger measurement than feet so yards would be an easier measurement.

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Yes, 1,000 feet is greater than 300 yards. There are 3 feet in a yard, so you divide 1000 by 3 to get 333.33333 yards. 333.33333 yards is greater than 300 yards.

Yes, 10 metres is larger than 30 feet since 10 metres is larger than 10 yards and 10 yards = 30 feet.

2 yards and 2 feet are 8 feet

No, it is not.

A yard is three times larger than a foot.

Yes, it is. 1000 ft = 333.3 yards, which is longer than 300 yards

One yard = three feet, so 300 yards = 900 feet. So 1000 feet is longer than 300 yards.

4 yards and 2 feet is equivalent to 14 feet there it is larger than 13 feet. 4 yards & 2 feet > 13 feet

9 yards equals 27 feet. So, 9 yards is larger than 26 feet.

Yes, yards are three times larger than feet. So three feet is equivalent to one yard.

1000 ÷ 3 = 333.33 yards.Therefore, 1000 feet is longer than 300 yards.

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