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Square Yards and Square Feet Converter

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Use this calculator to convert square yards (yd²) to square feet (ft²) and square feet to square yards. This converter is part of the full area converter tool.

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Square Feet to Square Yards Conversions

Square Feet Square Yards
1 square foot 0.11111 square yards
2 square feet 0.22222 square yards
3 square feet 0.33333 square yards
4 square feet 0.44444 square yards
5 square feet 0.55556 square yards
6 square feet 0.66667 square yards
7 square feet 0.77778 square yards
8 square feet 0.88889 square yards
9 square feet 1 square yards
10 square feet 1.11111 square yards
11 square feet 1.22222 square yards
12 square feet 1.33333 square yards
13 square feet 1.44444 square yards
14 square feet 1.55556 square yards
15 square feet 1.66667 square yards
16 square feet 1.77778 square yards
17 square feet 1.88889 square yards
18 square feet 2 square yards
19 square feet 2.11111 square yards
20 square feet 2.22222 square yards
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square yards are there in 1 square foot?

There are 0.11111111111111 square yards in 1 square foot. To convert from square feet to square yards, multiply your figure by 0.11111111111111 (or divide by 9) .

Square Yards to Square Feet Conversions

Square Yards Square Feet
1 square yard 9 square feet
2 square yards 18 square feet
3 square yards 27 square feet
4 square yards 36 square feet
5 square yards 45 square feet
6 square yards 54 square feet
7 square yards 63 square feet
8 square yards 72 square feet
9 square yards 81 square feet
10 square yards 90 square feet
11 square yards 99 square feet
12 square yards 108 square feet
13 square yards 117 square feet
14 square yards 126 square feet
15 square yards 135 square feet
16 square yards 144 square feet
17 square yards 153 square feet
18 square yards 162 square feet
19 square yards 171 square feet
20 square yards 180 square feet
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square feet are there in 1 square yard?

There are 9 square feet in 1 square yard. To convert from square yards to square feet, multiply your figure by 9 (or divide by 0.11111111111111) .

What is a square foot?

The square foot is used as a form of measurement within Canada and the United States. It can be adopted to describe the amount of floor space (for real estate) or the overall size of an exterior property. Architects will also refer to square feet when designing new buildings. One square foot is a bit smaller than an average-sized piece of A4 printer paper. One square foot can be translated to 0.092 square metres. Sometimes, the force of the modern hydraulic press is measured in pounds per square inch or square foot.

What is a square yard?

Although having been somewhat replaced by the square meter, square yards are still used as a measurement of area within the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. Each side of this square is equivalent to 0.91 meters. So, a square yard is useful in industries such as surveying, land development and real estate. Some abbreviations include sq. yd., yd2, sq yd and yard^2. To get a better idea of this space, the average size of a space within a parking lot is 36 square yards in total (about 30.2 square meters).

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