Q: Why is there an x at the 35 yard line?

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1 yard = 3 feet = 3 x 12 = 36 inches. 35 yards = 35 x 36 = 1260 inches.

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 3.5 yards is equal to 3.5 x 3 = 10.5 feet.

It represents: y = x-35 or as x-y-35 = 0

50yds x 3ft/1yd = 150ft

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The kickoff is from the kicking team's 30 yard line making the kickoff travel 70 yards to reach the end zone.

From the 15 yard line to the 50 yard line (the center) is 35 yards. It's another 10 yards to the other team's 40 yard line. So the total distance from one team's 15 yard line to the other team's 40 yard line is 45 yards.

There are 105 feet in 35 yards. 35 yards x 3 feet/1 yard = 105 feet 1 yard = 3 feet

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1 yard = 3 feet = 3 x 12 = 36 inches. 35 yards = 35 x 36 = 1260 inches.

"40 yd line." Wrong - it is the 30 yard line now. HS still uses the 40 but college went to the 30 in 2007.

yes the 35 yard line

about 35 to 37 yards

There are 3 feet in one yard. Therefore, 3.5 yards is equal to 3.5 x 3 = 10.5 feet.

It represents: y = x-35 or as x-y-35 = 0

if the kicker kicks the ball out of bounds without the opposing team touching the ball, the ball is placed on the 40 yard line as a penalty to the kicking team.

There are 0.9144 metres in one yard. Therefore, 35 yards is equal to 0.9144 x 35 = 32.004 metres.