Q: What is an example of something 10 yards long?

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A pool

1 tenth of a football field

10+10+10+10=40 yards

Diameter is double the radius; hence, it is 20 yards in this example.

15 x 10 = 150 square yards

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A pool

1 tenth of a football field

10+10+10+10=40 yards

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the whole field without endzones is 100 yards, the actual touchdown zone is 10 yards

An end zone is 10 yards long by 53 1/3 yards wide.

No, because it is only 8 yards long. And on a football there is 100 yards counting by 10 yards

100 squared yards or 1002 yards

Diameter is double the radius; hence, it is 20 yards in this example.

15 x 10 = 150 square yards

The hypotenuse is 10 yards long.