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How Many Feet Are in a Yard

There are 3 feet in 1 yard and 9 feet in a square yard.

1 yard = 3 feet
1 square yard = 9 square feet

The yard (abbr. yd) is a length unit typical for several systems (Imperial, English, US customary, etc), but in all of them it equals to three feet. In 1959, the international yard was accepted by the USA, the UK, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, and South Africa. It was defined as 0.9144 meters.

The foot (plural form: feet; abbr. ft; symbol ′) is a length unit used in several systems (Imperial, English, US customary, etc). The size of this unit can vary, and the most common variant is the international one. It equals to 0.3048 meters. One foot has twelve inches, and three feet make up one yard.

Yards To Feets Chart

Yard Feet
1 Yard = 3 Feet
2 Yard = 6 Feet
3 Yard = 9 Feet
4 Yard = 12 Feet
5 Yard = 15 Feet
6 Yard = 18 Feet
7 Yard = 21 Feet
8 Yard = 24 Feet
9 Yard = 27 Feet
10 Yard = 30 Feet
11 Yard = 33 Feet
12 Yard = 36 Feet
13 Yard = 39 Feet
14 Yard = 42 Feet
15 Yard = 45 Feet
16 Yard = 48 Feet
17 Yard = 51 Feet
18 Yard = 54 Feet
19 Yard = 57 Feet
20 Yard = 60 Feet

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