Q: How many meters are there in 650 feet?

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There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 650 feet is equal to 650/3 = 216.6 recurring (that is, 216.6666...) yards.

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you have to add something to the equation: how wide is the object that you are measuring lineal feet of? if it is 12" wide, you need 650 lineal feet to come up with 650 square feet, if it is 4" wide, you need 2950 lineal feet of it, etc. . . hope this helps!

About 40.36 square feet.

885 square feet is 82.2191904 square meters.

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