Q: How many 10 in squares are there in a yard of fabric 60 inches wide?

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To cover it, about 3 and 1/2. Get four.

they are 33

can it for a trapezoid?

1 yard = 36 inches144 square inches = 1 square foot1 acre = 43,560 square feet1 yard of 44-inches-wide = (36 x 44) = 1,584 square inches = 11 square feet1 acre/11 square feet = 3,960 yards of 44-inch-wide strip.

It is 265 mm wide = 10.43 inches (approx).

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There would be about 8 to 9 ten-inch squares that can be cut from one yard of fabric, depending on how efficiently the squares are arranged and how much fabric is lost due to cutting and trimming.

Most quilt fabric is 45 inches wide with 40 - 42 inches of usable fabric. (You have to cut off the selvages.) Some extra wide fabric can be purchased for backing that is 108 inches wide.

Yes into 10 inches by 10 inches squares

1.75 yards of fabric

To cover it, about 3 and 1/2. Get four.

they are 33

can it for a trapezoid?

About 11-12 yards

It is simply the length of the fabric so 1 [linear] yard.

The area of a rectangle 12 inches by 12 yards is 5184 square inches, since 12 inches * 12 yards * 36 inches/yard = 5184 square inches.

Depends on how wide the bolt of fabric is. A "yard" of fabric will always be three feet long, but it may be varyingly wide.

It can be any rectangle having a combination of width and length that, when multiplied together, yield a product of 100 squares. The rectangle could be 1 square wide and 100 squares long, or 5 squares wide and 20 squares long, or it could be a plane square with 10 squares wide on each side.