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# How many feet are in 100 yards?

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The equivalent of 100 yards, which is the length of a football field from goal line to goal line, is about 300 feet. One yard is equal to 3 feet. Given that 36 inches make up a yard, 100 yards is composed of 3,600 inches.

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Inches, feet and yards are U.S. customary units of length derived from the imperial system of measurement. This system is used primarily in the United States. The metric system uses units such as the millimeter, centimeter and meter to measure length. The equivalent of 100 yards in the metric system is 91.44 meters because one yard is equal to 0.9144 meters.

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## How do you convert feet into square yards?

A:Convert square feet into yards by multiplying the length of a space by the width of the space to calculate the area of the space. Divide the sum by 9 to arrive at the square yardage of the space.

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## How do you convert the length of a meter into other measurement systems?

A:To convert a length of one meter into common English system measurements such as feet, multiply by 3.28; to convert into inches, multiply by 39.37; and to convert into yards, multiply by 1.09. To convert one meter into common nautical units such as fathoms, multiply by 0.54; to convert to leagues, multiply by 0.000207; and to convert to nautical miles multiply by 0.00054. The International System of Units, or SI, uses the meter as its base unit of length.

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## How big is 1,000 square feet?

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Full Answer >**One-thousand square feet is approximately one-fiftieth the area of an NFL standard football field.**It is also equivalent to the area that would be covered by 1,540 sheets of 8 1/2-inch by 11-inch paper laid edge to edge.Filed Under: -
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## How long is a football field?

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Full Answer >**The standard length of a football field is 120 yards, or 360 feet.**Football fields are 160 feet wide. Football stadiums provide extra space around the field for players, coaches and media members to stand and to prevent players from running into barriers at high speeds.Filed Under: