Q: What is the ratio 10'' to 1 yard?

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1 to 3

2 feet is 2/3 of a yard

It is 1:1.

3 feet = 1 linear yard =>9 square feet equals 1 square yard.

12 inches =1 feet, 3 feets = Yard

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Take the number of feet and divide them by a ratio of 3 feet/1 yard. For example, 30 feet / (3 feet/1 yard) = 1 yard * 30 feet/3 feet = 1 yard * 10, since the units cancel, and 1 yard * 10 = 10 yards

The ratio is 1 : 3.

The ratio is 15:4

1 to 3

There are 3 feet in 1 yard, so 3 feet and 1 yard are the same thing, hence a 1:1 ratio.

2 feet is 2/3 of a yard

The ratio is 1 yard for every 3 feet a/k/a 1/3 three feet = one yard Therefore.... 10 yards = 30 feet 10/30

There are twelve inches in a foot and there are three feet in a yard. So there are thirty-six inches in a yard. The ratio of yards to feet to inches is 1 : 3 : 36 The ratio of 'inches in a foot' to 'inches in a yard' is the same as the ration of feet to yards - 1 : 3

The ratio of 30 to 10 is the same as a ratio of 3 to 1.

It is 1:1.

Multiply by the ratio of 1 Hz-second to 1 cycle.

3 feet = 1 linear yard =>9 square feet equals 1 square yard.