You will need 7.1 square yards of fabric.
A little of 7 yards will cover 23 feet.
You will need a minimum of 38.6 square yards of carpet to cover that area.
15 ft = 5 yards 5 yards* 5 yards = 25 square yards
The width 12 feet is four yards, so the area would be 4 yards * 50 yards = 200 square yards. You would need 200 square yards of carpeting to cover that area.
To start things off, we need to know that 1 yard= 3 feet, and 1 foot= 12 inches. The fabric is 7 feet and 6 inches. We need to convert the inches into feet, and we do so by doing 6 divided by the conversion factor 6/12= 0.5 feet. 7 feet+0.5 feet=7.5 feet So now we know that we have 7.5 feet of fabric. Once again, we need to convert from feet into yards. We do this by using another conversion factor (1 yard= 3 feet) 7.5 feet/3= 2.5 yards of fabric
2 and 2/3 yards.
Well well well what do we have here.
That depends on what you want to make. Or do you mean how many yards of fabric are in 12 feet of fabric? If that's what you mean, the answer is 12 feet is equal to 4 yards.
If you are working with standard 44/45" wide fabric, to cover this area you will need 4 yards.
5 feet of fabric is 1 2/3 yards of fabric. 1 yard equals 3 feet.
No. A yard is equivalent to 3 feet so you would need 5 yards to have 15 feet of fabric
If you have 6 yards (or 18 feet) of fabric and you need 14 feet (or 4 2/3 yards), you have 4 feet (or 1 1/3 yards) moe than you need.
You will need 3.3 yards of fabric.
1.6 yards = 5 feet.
9 feet of fabric
Six feet of fabric is the equivalent of two yards.