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50 yards equals 150 feet.

There are 3 feet in one yard so 6 feet equals 2 yards.

2 yards and 2 feet

10 feet equals 3 and 1/3 yards

2 yards are in 6 feet

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Yes, that is correct. Divide feet by three to get yards.

There are 3 feet in 1 yard and as for example 12 feet divided by 3 equals 4 yards

Six yards equals 18 feet.

Four feet equals 1.33 yards.

No. 7 yards equals 21 feet. 9 feet equals 3 yards.

50 yards equals 150 feet.

9 yards equals 3*9 equals 27 feet. Plus 7 feet equals 34 feet. Then 6 yards equals 3*6 equals 18 feet. Plus 8 feet equals 26 feet. 34 feet plus 26 feet equals 60 feet. 60/3 equals 20 yards. The answer is 20 yards. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------There are three feet in one yard. So, if you multiply nine yards by three feet per yard, you get 27 feet. Then, you add seven to that (27) and you get 34 feet. Then, for the next part, you also multiply six by three (three feet per yard) and get 18 feet. Then, you add eight feet to that, and you get 26 feet. When you add these two numbers together, you get 60 feet. If you divide that by three, you get 20 yards. So, the answer is 60 feet or 20 yards. (To the person who answered above, I found your answer unclear, but your math was correct.)

33 feet equals 11 yards.

Six hundred four feet equals 16.777777777778 yards, or 16 yards two feet and 4.8 inches.

18 feet = 6 yards

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