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# 15' by 12' in square yards?

Updated: 12/15/2022

Wiki User

14y ago

Each yard has 3 feet.

Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards.

Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards.

Each yard has 3 feet.

Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards.

Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards.

Each yard has 3 feet.

Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards.

Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards.

Each yard has 3 feet.

Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards.

Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards.

Wiki User

14y ago

Wiki User

14y ago

Each yard has 3 feet.

Either divide by 3 before multiplying, then you are multiplying yards by yards, and the result will be square yards.

Or do the multiplication, then the result is in square feet. Then divide by 9 to convert to square yards.