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Q: What is the radius of 18ft in yards?

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The radius of a circle is double its diameter. It would have a radius of 29/2, or 14.5 yards.

A circle with a radius of 525 yards has an area of 865,901.48 square yards.

Either your structure has five dimensions, or else it's a bin that's 18-ft squareand 4-ft high. We'll assume the latter.Volume = (18-ft x 18-ft x 4-ft) = 1,296 cubic feet = 48 cubic yards

shall assume the 18ft measurement is the diameter, not radius. 18ft = 5.486m = diameter 52in = 1.321m = depth pi x radius(squared) = area of the circle pi x 2.243(squared) = 15.8055 meters squared area x depth = volume in meters cubed 15.8055 x 1.321 = 20.879 meters cubed 1 meter cubed = 1000L 20.879 meters cubed = 20879L 20879L is: 5515.648 US Gallons 4592.738 UK Gallons

Volume: 4/3*pi*33 = 113.097 cubic yards to three decimal places.

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If the diameter is 18 ft then the radius is 9 ft = 3 yards. Then the area is pi*r2 = 28.27 sq yards.

18ft is equal to 6 yards so a square of 6yds x 6yds would have an area of 36 square yards.

18ft= how many yards

There are exactly 32 square yards in 16ft X 18ft

6 yards.

36 feet.

There are: 6*4 = 24 square yards

66 square yards 18ft x 11 ft = 198 square feet 198 ft / 3 (feet per yard) = 66 square yards

The radius will be 7.96 yards.

C = pi * 2 * radius radius = (5.95 yards / pi) / 2 0.95 yards

the goal area has a 18FT diameter and a 9 FT radius

Circumference of a circle = 2*pi*radius or diameter*pi

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