Yards to Feet Conversion

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How many feet in a yard?

1 Yard (yd) is equal to 3 feet (ft). To convert yards to feet, multiply the yard value by 3.

For example, to find out how many feet there are in 2 yards, multiply 2 by 3, that makes 6 feet in 2 yards.

yards to feet formula

feet = yard * 3

Common conversions from yards to feet:

  • 1 yard = 3 feet
  • 3 yards = 9 feet
  • 5 yards = 15 feet
  • 10 yards = 30 feet
  • 25 yards = 75 feet
  • 50 yards = 150 feet
  • 100 yards = 300 feet

How to convert yards to yards and feet?

To convert yards to yards and feet, keep the integer part of the number as the yard value and multiply the fractional part by 3 to find the foot value.

yards to yards and feet formula

yard = x.y

yard = x

foot = y * 3

How to convert yards and feet to yards?

To convert yards and feet to yards, divide the foot value by 3 and add the result to the yard value.

yards and feet to yards formula

yard <= yard + (foot / 3)

What is a Yard?

Yard is an imperial and United States Customary length unit. 1 yd = 3 ft. The symbol is "yd".

Please visit all length units conversion to convert all length units.

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