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Q: Is one square yard the same as one square foot?

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No. One yard is three feet. One square yard is three feet on each of 4 sides. One square foot is a foot on each of four sides. One square yards has 3 times the area of one square foot.

One square yard is greater than one square foot.

A square yard is 9 times greater than a square foot.

One square yard is greater.

One square yard is nine square feet.

A square yard is larger. There are 9 square feet in each square yard.

One square yard equals 9 square feet or 1296 square inches. One square foot equals 1/9th of a square yard or 144 square inches. One square inch equals 1/1296th of a square yard or 1/144th of a square foot.

No. One yard is a distance, square yard is the surface of a square that's one yard long and one yard wide.

There are 1/9 square yards in 1 square foot.

There are nine square feet in one square yard.

1 yard equals 3 feet. So 1 square yard would be the equivalent to a 3 by 3 foot square.

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There are no square feet in a yard (yard is one-dimensional, square foot is two-dimensional). However, there are 9 square feet in a square yard.

1 foot = 0.33333333 yard

A yard is three feet. A square that has three feet on a side is larger than ont that has one foot on a side.

9 square foot tiles make one square yard

No, one foot, is a length or whatever, and one square foot is a square where each side is one foot

'One square yard' and 'a yard square' are the same thing. But that only works with 'one'. With any amount bigger or smaller than one, there is always a difference. Two square yards is definitely not the same thing as two yards square! Two square yards is 'one square yard' plus 'one square yard'. That's 2 sq. yds. A two yard square is an area that is two yards long and two yards wide. That's 4 sq. yds.

There are nine square feet in one square yard. One square foot is a ninth of a square yard. 9 sq ft = 1 sq yd, hence, 1 sq ft = 1/9 sq yd.

There are no yards in one square foot as 'yard' is a measure of length (one dimension) whereas 'square foot' is a measure of area (two dimensions).

A square foot is a unit of area. A yard is a unit of distance. The two units are therefore incompatible.

A foot is a unit of distance. A square yard is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.

That can't be answered. A square yard is a unit for measuring area. The area does not have to be square. The area could be one foot wide and nine feet long. ( 1x9=9 That makes 9 square feet, or one square yard. ) Or any variation.If you assume the square yard is square, then each side will be 3 feet long, or one yard long. That is why one square yard equals nine square feet. 3x3=9

A square yard is an area equal to a square measuring one yard (3 feet) on each side. Therefore it is 3X3, or 9 square feet. Since each foot is 12 inches long, a square yard is also 36X36 square inches. You do the math.