Q: How many yards are in 10 feet and how many inches are in 10 feet?

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15 yards 1 foot 6 inches is the same as 14 yards 3 feet 18 inches. If you subtract 4 yards 2 feet 8 inches from that measure, you get 10 yards, 1 foot, 10 inches.

2 yards = 6 feet...so 2 yards

1 and 1/10 yards. Because there are 12 inches in a foot, and 3 feet in a yardAnswer: 40 " = 1.11111 yds.

30 feet = 10 yards There are 3 feet in 1 yard. An equation used to solve this problem would be 30 feet = 3 feet per yard * X, where X is the number of yards. Divide 30 feet by 3 feet per yard and you will get 10 yards.

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11 yards, 10 feet, and 7 inches. 9 inches + 10 inches is 19 inches. 2 feet + 7 feet is 9 feet. 6 yards + 5 yards is 11 yards. One foot is 12 inches, so we can turn 19 inches into 1 foot and 7 inches, so we have 10 feet and 7 inches instead of 9 feet and 19 inches.

i think 12 feet and 10 inches

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10 yards equals 30 feet which equals 360 inches.

10 yards = 30 feet. So, 30+8 = 38 feet.

4 yards + 2 feet = 144 inches + 24 inches = 168 inches.

7 yards, 11 feet, 15 inches or 11 yards, 3 inches

10 feet = 120 inches 3 yards + 9 inches = 108 + 9 = 117 inches.

6 yards, 2 feet, and 2 inches. Really easy

15 yards 1 foot 6 inches is the same as 14 yards 3 feet 18 inches. If you subtract 4 yards 2 feet 8 inches from that measure, you get 10 yards, 1 foot, 10 inches.