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Q: How many linear feet in one linear yard?

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Three feet are in one yard.

There are 3 feet in one yard.

Linear feet cannot be converted to square feet. One is a unit of distance, the other of area.

1/3 of a yard is one foot.

There are 3 feet in one yard so 18feet/(3feet/yard) 6 yards

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There are 3 feet in 1 yard

One yard is 3 linear feet times 3 linear feet which equals 9 square feet! There is one square yard in 9 square feet.

None.Square feet are a measure of area;Linear yards are a measure of lengthand have no width.Area is length times widtharea_of_linear_yard = 1 linear yard x 0 linear yard= 0 square yards= 0 square feet

There are no yards in a cubic yard, because a yard is a linear unit of distance, whereas a cubic yard is a spacial unit of volume. A cubic yard is the volume occupied by a cube that measures one yard -- that's one linear yard -- on each edge. Since a linear yard equals three linear feet, a cubic yard is equal to 3 x 3 x 3 = 27 cubic feet.

There are three feet in a yard. A square yard is one (linear) yard - that is three (linear) feet - in each direction. 3 x 3 makes 9; so a square yard is nine square feet.

How many feet in one yard = 3Therefore a cubic yard is3feet x 3feet x 3feet = 27cubic feetNote that these are CUBIC FEET not linear feet (the ones you measure with a ruler)!

Exactly one.

One yard is 3 linear feet, 4.26 thousand is 4260 feet, 4260 /3 = 1420

Three feet in one yard.

One, it is a linear measurement.

A length of 1 yard is 1 linear yard!

Linear feet measures a straight line. Cubic yards measure volume, One cannot be converted to the other. One cubic yard is a cube that is 3 feet on each side.

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