Q: What is square yardage of 13x23?

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9 square ft = 1 sq yd

Muliply the square yardage by 9 gives you square footage.

poo all over it then use a tape measure

roughly 240 square feet. Formula for figuring yardage is: (Width X Length X thickness)/27= cubic yardage of concrete. Just reverse the formula to solve for Width X Length or Square Feet. CY X 27 divided by thickness = square footage

There are 9 square feet in one square yard - that is, three feet in both a vertical and horizontal direction. Therefore, 980 square feet is equal to 980 / 9 = 108.8 recurring (that is, 108.8888...) square yards.

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If you mean how do you calculate the square yardage of an area, you multiply the length by the width. If an area is 5 yards long and 5 yards wide, the square yardage is 25 square yards.

9 square ft = 1 sq yd

16.4752257 yd^2

You determine square yardage by determining your square feet (width multiplied by length) and then dividing it by 9. So 12 x 10 = 120 sq. ft 120 divided by 9 = 13.33 square yards.

Muliply the square yardage by 9 gives you square footage.

36 square feet = 4 square yards.Formula: square feet divided by 9 = square yards

poo all over it then use a tape measure

roughly 240 square feet. Formula for figuring yardage is: (Width X Length X thickness)/27= cubic yardage of concrete. Just reverse the formula to solve for Width X Length or Square Feet. CY X 27 divided by thickness = square footage

There are 9 square feet in one square yard - that is, three feet in both a vertical and horizontal direction. Therefore, 980 square feet is equal to 980 / 9 = 108.8 recurring (that is, 108.8888...) square yards.

You can't calculate linear footage based on square yardage alone. If you meant square footage it will cover 810 sq. ft..

You need to be more specific. Total yardage in a single game? Total yardage in a season? Total yardage in a college career? And is it rushing yardage, passing yardage, kickoff yardage, puntyardage, kickoff-return yardage, punt-return yardage, total return yardage, or total yardage. If it's passing yardage, do you mean as a receiver or as a passer?Of course, I don't know the answer either way, and really, who cares? It's Division II. It could be a million yards, but whoever holds the record can't hold a candle to the average division I-A player. If they could, they would have played in Division I-A, or at least I-B.But if you want anyone to answer this question, you're going to have to be more precise in how you ask it.