A meter is only slightly longer than a yard, as 1 meter equals 39.37 inches, or 1.0936 yards. Alternatively, one yard is equal to 91.44 centimeters, whereas a meter is 100 centimeters.Continue Reading
To convert yards to meters, multiply the total length in meters by 1.0936. To convert meters to yards, divide the total length in yards by 91.44.
A yard measurement was originally meant to represent the length of an average person's stride, while a meter is defined as the distance light travels in a vacuum in approximately 1/3000 of a second. This has been its official destination since 1983.Learn more about Measurements
There are 1.09 yards, or 39.37 inches, in 1 meter. The yard is a unit of measurement typical of the U.S. customary system of measurement, while the meter is a unit of measurement from the metric system.Full Answer >
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.Full Answer >
The easiest way to calculate a cubic yard of dirt is to first measure the dirt, convert known dimensions into yards, then simply multiply the length, width and height of a section of dirt to get the total cubic area. You can also use cubic yards to measure common materials, such as concrete, mulch and gravel.Full Answer >
Concrete is sold in cubic yards, so the number of square feet in that yard depends upon how deep the concrete is poured. Concrete can be poured in different amount of thickness.Full Answer >