Q: What is more 2 yd OR 6 ft?

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2 yd = 6 ft

9 yd 2 ft. Incidentally, 2 yd 4 ft is a strange way of representing a distance of 3 yd 1 ft.

6 yards

1 yard = 3 feet. So 9 yd 7 ft - 6 yd 8 ft = 2 yd 2ft

3 yards 1 ft.

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1 yd = 3 ft 2 yd = 6 ft . . 6 yd = 18 ft That's more than 12 ft.

6 ft / 3 ft/yd = 2 yd

2 yd = 6 ft

9 yd 2 ft. Incidentally, 2 yd 4 ft is a strange way of representing a distance of 3 yd 1 ft.

6 yards

1 yard = 3 feet. So 9 yd 7 ft - 6 yd 8 ft = 2 yd 2ft

3 yards 1 ft.

3 ft = 1 yd → 240 ft × 2 ft × 6 ft = (240 ÷ 3) yd × (2 ÷ 3) yd = (6 ÷ 3) yd = 80 yd × ⅔ yd × 2 yd = 106⅔ cu yd ≈ 106.67 cu yd If you are ordering skips to contain the spoil from a hole dug to those dimensions you will need to order more capacity as the spoil will be loose and take up more volume.

3 ft = 1 yd 6 ft = 2 yd 9 ft = 3 yd . . 36 ft = 12 yd

No. 1 yd = 3 ft → 2 yd = 6 ft > 5 ft.

20 ft.

36 yd and 2 ft = 110 ft, which is certainly not equal to 114 1/6 ft.