Q: Which is greater 2 yards or 6 feet?

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Yes, two yards is greater than 3 feet because 2 yards is equal to 6 feet. There are three feet in one yard.

No, Because 2 yards is equal to 6 feet,then if you add 2 more feet you only have 8 feet. 10 feet is greater

Yes 1 yard equals 3 feet so 2 yards is 6 feet making 2 yards greater than 5 feet

Yes 2 yards is greater than 5 feet. 1 yard = 36 inches ... 1 feet = 12 inches

1 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 6 feet . . 9 yards = 27 feet. That would be less than 30 feet.

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2 yards is 6 feet which is greater than 5 feet

2 yards is 6 feet which is greater than 5 feet

2 yards = 6 feet, hence 2 yards and 6 feet are equal

Two yards is the greater distance. 2 yards = 6 feet.

1 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 6 feet 2 yards is greater than 5 feet

They are equivalent.

Yes, two yards is greater than 3 feet because 2 yards is equal to 6 feet. There are three feet in one yard.

Trick question. A yard is equal to 3 feet. So, 2 yards would be 3 feet + 3 feet, which equals 6 feet. Basically, 2 yards is not greater than or less than 6 feet, but it is equal to 6 feet.

1 yard = 3 feet 2 yards = 2 x 3 = 6 feet which is greater than 5 feet

No, Because 2 yards is equal to 6 feet,then if you add 2 more feet you only have 8 feet. 10 feet is greater

1 yard equals 3 feet, so 2 yards would equal 6 feet. Therefore, 2 yards is greater than 2 feet.

9 feet. 1 yard is 3 feet. 2 yards is 6 feet.