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If you buy something sold in linear yards, then it will be a role of material (or carpet etc) that is sold by a length as it comes off the roll rather than by its area measurement.

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Linear yards and yards are the same measurement. Therefore, 550 linear yards is equal to 550 yards.

Yards and linear yards are the same measurement. Linear yards are a way of distinguishing between distance, area, and volume.

A linear measurement equivalent to 660 ft. or 201.168 mtr or 10 chains

There are 24 linear ft. in 8 linear yards.

111 linear yards is 333 feet.

There are 333.3 linear yards in 1,000 linear feet.

7 The dimension you provide is not a squared dimension but a linear dimension. There are no squared dimensions in a linear dimension. There are 7 linear yards in 21 linear feet, but no squared yards.

80 yards are 240 feet. Forget the word "linear". All length measures are linear.

109.728 (linear) meters.

45 linear yards=135 linear ft. 45 sq. yards=405 sq. ft.

Linear yards means in a straight line. 80 feet is equal to 26.666 yards.

It is impossible to convert square units into linear units as this requires losing a dimension. An area can have any shape you desire: all that matters is that its area is the required value. Examples: a rectangle of area 15,000 sq ft can have dimensions of 3 ft by 5,000 ft or 1 linear yard by 1666 2/3 linear yards (with a perimeter of 3335 1/3 linear yards); or a rectangle can be 60 ft x 250 ft or 20 linear yards by 83 1/3 linear yards (with a perimeter of 206 2/3 linear yards); Or the area could be enclosed by a circle of radius approx 23.03 linear yards (with a perimeter of approx 144.72 linear yards; Or the surface area of a sphere with a radius of approx 11.52 linear yards (with no perimeter). It can be said that a linear yard has zero width, therefore there are 15000 sq ft / 0 ft = infinitely many linear feet = infinitely many linear yards.

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