Q: What is the scale factor for 5 ft 15 yd?

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Mathematically, a yard is a measure of length, has only one dimension and thus has no volume which has three dimensions; so no matter how many of them you have you will never get a volume of 15 cu ft.If you are using "yard" in the slang, builders' way to represent cubic yards, then:1 yd = 3 ft1 cu yd = 1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd= 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft= 27 cu ft⇒ 15 cu ft = 15 ÷ 27 cu yd= 5/9 cu yd≈ 0.56 cu yd

3 feet = 1 yard

(45 ft) / (3 ft per yd) = 15 yards

15 ft = 5.00 yd

7 yd 1 ft - 5 yd 2 ft = 22 ft - 17 ft = 5 ft = 1 yd 2 ft.

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1 : 9 1 yd = 3 ft → 1 ft : 1 yd = 1 ft : 3 ft = 1:3 → 1 sq ft : 1 sq yd = 1 ft × 1 ft : 1 yd × 1 yd = 1 ft × 1 ft : 3 ft × 3 ft = 1 sq ft : 9 sq ft = 1 : 9 As you can seem, the scale factor of an area is the square of the scale factor of a length.

1 yd = 3 ft5 yd = 15 ft

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15 ft. ( 3 feet equal 1 yd )

Mathematically, a yard is a measure of length, has only one dimension and thus has no volume which has three dimensions; so no matter how many of them you have you will never get a volume of 15 cu ft.If you are using "yard" in the slang, builders' way to represent cubic yards, then:1 yd = 3 ft1 cu yd = 1 yd x 1 yd x 1 yd= 3 ft x 3 ft x 3 ft= 27 cu ft⇒ 15 cu ft = 15 ÷ 27 cu yd= 5/9 cu yd≈ 0.56 cu yd

15 ft = 5 yd

Convert to the same units, drop the units and simplify: 1 yd = 36 in → 7 in : 1 yd = 7 in : 36 yd = 7 : 36

3 feet = 1 yard

(45 ft) / (3 ft per yd) = 15 yards

15 ft = 5.00 yd

6 ft / 3 ft/yd = 2 yd

3 ft. = 1 yd. 15 ft. = 5 yd. 12 ft. = 4 yd. 3y ft. = y yd. F ft. = 1/3F yd.