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Q: How many yards are in 30 ft?

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1 yard = 3 feet. Divide number of feet by 3 to determine the number of yards. In this case 90/3= 30. 30 Yards.

The answer depends on the units used for 30 and 60. It should be obvious to you that the square footage of a 30 ft x 60 ft area will be somewhat different form that of 30 yards x 60 yards!

55 ft = 18.33333 yards

3 ft = 1 yard 33 ft = 11 yards

3 ft = 1 yard 57 ft = 19 yards

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