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1 square foot ≅ _____ square yard

  1. 1 over 8
  2. 1 over 9
  3. 1 over 11
  4. 1 over 12

hintHint:

Find conversion ratio and multiply accordingly to get the result.

The correct answer is: 1 over 9


    ANS :- Option 2
    Explanation :-
    We know 1 yard  = 3 foot
    Squaring on both sides give , 1 text  yard  end text squared equals 9 text  foot  end text squared
    1 text  yard  end text squared equals 9 text  foot  end text squared  is the conversion ratio
    Now multiply it with  on both sides
    Then we get 1 text  yard  end text squared equals 9 text  foot  end text squared
    ∴ Option 2 is correct .

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