Q: What is the area of 1 yard?

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A square yard is a measure of area that represents an area that is one yard by one yard in size. If you have a roll of paper 1 yard wide and you pull some off the roll and cut it off at a length of 1 yard, your piece of paper is 1 yard by 1 yard in size. It has 1 square yard of area. Note that, because the yard is three feet in length, the square yard is a square that is 3 feet by 3 feet, or 9 square feet. A square yard is 9 square feet. The reason we went here is because if the square yard doesn't have to be a perfect square. It can be a rectangle that is 2 feet by 4 1/2 feet in size. As long as the product of the length and the width is 1 square yard (or 9 square feet), you'll have that square yard. Extending the idea, any flat shape can have a square yard of area. As long as the equivalent "shaded area" of the shape equals the shaded area of a square that is 1 yard by 1 yard, both have an area of 1 square yard.

The area of a circle with a diameter of 1 yard is approximately 0.785 square yards.

1 square yard of area = 9 square feet of area, even if there's nothing in the area.

1 square meter is 19.6% more area than 1 square yard is. (rounded)

4 inches = 4/9 = 1/9th yard 1 square yard x 1/9th yard = 1/9th cubic yard = 3 cubic feet

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A square yard is a measure of area that represents an area that is one yard by one yard in size. If you have a roll of paper 1 yard wide and you pull some off the roll and cut it off at a length of 1 yard, your piece of paper is 1 yard by 1 yard in size. It has 1 square yard of area. Note that, because the yard is three feet in length, the square yard is a square that is 3 feet by 3 feet, or 9 square feet. A square yard is 9 square feet. The reason we went here is because if the square yard doesn't have to be a perfect square. It can be a rectangle that is 2 feet by 4 1/2 feet in size. As long as the product of the length and the width is 1 square yard (or 9 square feet), you'll have that square yard. Extending the idea, any flat shape can have a square yard of area. As long as the equivalent "shaded area" of the shape equals the shaded area of a square that is 1 yard by 1 yard, both have an area of 1 square yard.

A Yard is a measurement of length in one direction. Square Yards is a measurement of area. For a square area, you measure lenght of one side and muliply it by Width or the other side. A (Sq-Yd) = L (Yard) X W (Yard) Since a Yard = 3 Feet, then the area of a 1 yard by 1 yard square is Area (Sq-Ft) = 3 ft X 3 ft = 9 Sq-Ft So convert Area in Sq-Yards to area in Sq-Ft, multily by 9. Since a Yard = 36 Inches, then the area of a 1 yard by 1 yard square is Area (Sq-In) = 36 In X 36 In = 1296 Sq-In. Formula to convert 1 Sq-Yards to area in Sq-Inches, multiply by 1296.

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.

I don't since a square foot is a measure of area whereas a yard is a measure of length.However, in 1 square yard there are 9 square feet:1 yard = 3 feet1 square yard = 1 yard x 1 yard (the area of a square with sides 1 yard)= 3 feet x 3 feet= 9 square feet

The area of a circle with a diameter of 1 yard is approximately 0.785 square yards.

1 square yard of area = 9 square feet of area, even if there's nothing in the area.

1 square meter is 19.6% more area than 1 square yard.

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

1 square yard is the area of a square of side 1 yard, since 1 yard x 1 yard = 1 square yard. 1 yard is 3 feet in length, so each side of a square with 1 yard in length will be 3 feet in length. The area of this square is 3 feet x 3 feet = 9 square feet. But this square also has an area of 1 square yard, and so these areas must be the same. Thus 1 square yard = 9 square feet. Symbolically: 1 yd = 3 ft 1 sq yd = 1 yd x 1 yd = 3 ft x 3 ft = 9 sq ft.

1 square meter is 19.6% more area than 1 square yard is. (rounded)

4 inches = 4/9 = 1/9th yard 1 square yard x 1/9th yard = 1/9th cubic yard = 3 cubic feet

1ft by 1 ft = 1 sq foot in area. As there are 3 feet in a yard, then 1 foot is 1/3 of a yard so 1 sq foot will be 1/3 of a sq yard.