Q: Is 66 inches greater than 2 yards?

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No, 1 yard = 36 inches

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 66 yards is equal to 66 x 3 = 198 feet. This is 2 feet shorter than 200.

There are 36 inches per yard, so two yards is 72 inches; if we subtract 6 inches, that leaves 66 inches.

66 is greater than 54.

1 yard, 2 feet, 6 inches OR 1.833 (recurring) yards.

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66 inches= 1.833333333 yards (1 and 5/6 yards).

No, 1 yard = 36 inches

No, because 2 yards equals 72 inches. 1 yard = 3 feet = 36 inches 2 yards = 2 x 36 = 72 inches (> 66 inches)

There is 1 yard and 30 inches in 66 inches

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 66 yards is equal to 66 x 3 = 198 feet. This is 2 feet shorter than 200.

one yards = 36 inch 66 inches = 1 yard + 30 inch

200 feet is greater. 66 yards is 198 feet.

.66 is greater than .6

There are 36 inches per yard, so two yards is 72 inches; if we subtract 6 inches, that leaves 66 inches.

There are 12 inches in one foot. Therefore, 5 feet 6 inches is equal to (5 x 12) + 6 = 66 inches. There are 36 inches in one yard. Therefore, 66 inches is equal to 66/36 = 1.83 recurring (that is, 1.83333...) yards.

66 is greater than 54.

75 is greater than 66.