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1 yard = 0.9144 meters 100 yards x .9144 = 91.44 meters.
No. A kilometer is 1000 meters. An American football field is 100 yards which is less than 100m.
No, an American football field is 100 yards long. (Or 120 if you include the end zones.) That's approximately 91.44 meters (or 109.73 with the end zones).
A football cannot be 100 yards long! 1 yard = 0.9144 metres so 100 yards = 91.44 metres.
A wave at 3 megahertz is 100 meters long.
Officials use yards, as a football field is 100 yards.
centi I would suggest the meter (metre). A football field is 100 yards, or 91.44 meters.
The average football field measures 100 yards long and is 5400 square meters in size. In that amount of space, a person may find over 10,000 dandelions.
about because 1 kilometer is 1000 meters which is about 1000 yards and each field is 100 yards so 1000 divided by 100 is 10 football fields
An American football field is 120 yards long by 53.33 yards wide. That translates into a metric dimension of 109.7 by 48.8.
A regulation sized football field is 120 yards long. North Endzone: 10 yards Playing Field: 100 Yards South Endzone: 10 Yards
American Football Field: Let's see, there are: One million micrometers in a meter. 100 yards in an American football field. 91.44 meters in 100 yards. So, an American football field would be 91440000 micrometers long. Did you really mean micrometers? Just to add to the previous (accurate) post.... Canadian Football Field A Canadian Football field is 100 metres long so 100,000,000 micrometers long. Football/Soccer Field If you are talking about Football as in what North American's call Soccer, then the field is anywhere from 90 to 120 metres long (according to FIFA). Thus it is anywhere from 90,000,000 to 120,000,000 micrometers long.