Q: What part of a yard is half feet?

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A yard is three feet, so half a yard would be one and a half feet.

In pure arithmetical terms it's half a yard, but there is no actual measure that relates to one and a half feet. The origin of foot and yard are believed to have been set as the length of a man's foot, and the distance from the neck to the tip of the finger, which happens to be about 3 times the length.

3 feet = 1 yard, therefore half a yard would be 1.5 feet or 18 inches.

one and a half feet

1 and 1 half 3 one yard then the 1 and one half feet is one half of a yard so 1 and 1 half feet.

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There are 6 half feet (6") in a yard. So the answer is 1/6th of a yard.

A yard is three feet, so half a yard would be one and a half feet.

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One half yard equals one and one half feet because there are three feet in one yard, so half of three feet is one and one half feet.

There are 1.5 feet in half a yard. To convert yards to feet, you can multiply the number of yards by 3 (since 1 yard is equal to 3 feet).

A year is a measure of time, and 1.5 feet is a measure of distance. Distance can not be used to measure a year, so therefore it is impossible to find "What part of a year is one and one half feet". If you meant "yard", the answer is 1/2. A yard is 3 feet, so 3 divided by 1.5 is 2. The 1.5 feet go into 3 feet 2 times, making one and a half feet one half of a yard.

In pure arithmetical terms it's half a yard, but there is no actual measure that relates to one and a half feet. The origin of foot and yard are believed to have been set as the length of a man's foot, and the distance from the neck to the tip of the finger, which happens to be about 3 times the length.