Q: What is 32 yd 2 ft plus 4 yd 3 ft?

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6 yards

8 yds

9 yd 2 ft. Incidentally, 2 yd 4 ft is a strange way of representing a distance of 3 yd 1 ft.

Given: 1 yard = 3 feet Squaring both sides of the equation: (1 yd.)2 = (3 ft.)2 1 yd.2 = 9 ft.2 Convert: 60 yd.2 X (32 ft.2/12 yd.2) 60 yd.2 X (9 ft.2/1 yd.2) = 540 ft.2 60 square yards = 540 square feet

(32yds and 2ft) + (4yds and 2ft) = 36yds and 4ft. Since 1yd is 3ft, we can express the answer as 37yds and 1ft.

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6 yards

8 yds

9 yd 2 ft. Incidentally, 2 yd 4 ft is a strange way of representing a distance of 3 yd 1 ft.

Given: 1 yard = 3 feet Squaring both sides of the equation: (1 yd.)2 = (3 ft.)2 1 yd.2 = 9 ft.2 Convert: 60 yd.2 X (32 ft.2/12 yd.2) 60 yd.2 X (9 ft.2/1 yd.2) = 540 ft.2 60 square yards = 540 square feet

(32yds and 2ft) + (4yds and 2ft) = 36yds and 4ft. Since 1yd is 3ft, we can express the answer as 37yds and 1ft.

2 yd 2 ft

6 yd) plus (2 ft) = 240 inches

7 yd 1 ft - 5 yd 2 ft = 22 ft - 17 ft = 5 ft = 1 yd 2 ft.

52 yd 1 ft - 17 yd 2 ft = 51 yd 4 ft - 17 yd 2 ft = 34 yd 2 ft

2 yd = 6 ft

6 ft / 3 ft/yd = 2 yd

14 feet or 4 yd 2 ft