Q: Would you measure a classroom by feet or yards?

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9 yards and 2 feet

Yards. Lakes are pretty big, and yards is a larger measurement than feet so yards would be an easier measurement.

1 yard is 3 feet, so 300 yards would be 900 feet. This is linear, not square measure.

square feet and yards measure different things you can't change from one to the other. Square feet measure area and yards/feet measure length/distance.

Feet would probably be the most efficient way.

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The measure used could be either yards, feet and inches, or metres and centimetres.

in feet

Feet

9 yards and 2 feet

Assuming a standard classroom size, a classroom that is 270 centimeters would be quite small, equivalent to 2.7 meters or about 8.86 feet. A classroom that is 270 meters would be extremely large, equivalent to about 885 feet or 295 yards.

Its measured in feet. Yards are used for distances too long.

You can measure it in inches, yards or feet - it depends on the accuracy required.

Yards. Lakes are pretty big, and yards is a larger measurement than feet so yards would be an easier measurement.

1 yard is 3 feet, so 300 yards would be 900 feet. This is linear, not square measure.

You would use feet or yards to measure the width of a street.

There are 3 feet in 1 yard. To convert 1320 feet into yards, divided 1320 by 3. (1320/3)=440 yards

You cannot convert between feet and square yards. Feet are a measure of length and square yards are a measure of area.