23.7 yards long
10 yards. Kashan from Colorado
22 5/6 yards. That is one 18 1/2 crossbar, one 10 foot base and two 20 foot arms for a total of 68 1/2 feet or 22 5/6 yards
22 5/6 yards. That is one 18 1/2 crossbar, one 10 foot base and two 20 foot arms for a total of 68 1/2 feet or 22 5/6 yards. -mikayla-
high school is 10 +24 +10 and 10. A total of 54 feet. It could be more as the upright must be 10 feet above the crossbar as a minimum. Pros are 10+16+20++20=66 feet because of a shorter cross bar and taller required uprights.
The answer would be 20 pieces. 10 25 yards long pieces would be 250 yards total. Divide that by 12 gets you 20.8333... Since you want whole pieces, you would round that down to 20. Kelli can cut 20 full pieces.
Soccer goals are 8 feet in height, and the crossbar is 8 yards wide.
If the parts of an NFL goal post were placed end-to-end, they would stretch 68 feet 6 inches, which is about 22.833 yards.
It is not on a yard line, it is on the back line of the endzone, which is 10 yards deep.
72 20 yards = 720 inches so you get 144 pieces
9 pieces: 6 yards = 18 feet, then divide by 2 feet per piece to get 9 pieces.
2 and one quarter yards long
~29,167 square yards
If 104 yards of ribbon is cut into 14 equal length pieces, each piece will have length of 7.43 yards, to the justified number of significant digits.
1.68 + 1.5 + 1.26 = 4.44. To the nearest yard, this is 4 yards but that would be of little use. He needs 5 yards, and the question should refer to the least number of whole yards rather than the "nearest yard".
6 pieces because 40.75/6.25 = 6.52
In 11-a-side soccer, which is the standard, the crossbar is 8 feet from the ground, and the inner edges of the goal posts are 24 feet (8 yards) apart.
If you have 16 yards you can't make a 25 yard long piece. I think you meant how many 25 FEET long pieces. There are 3 feet in one yard. Figure it out.
You would most likely measure a ribbon in inches for a small project. If you are talking about longer pieces, such as the amount on a roll, you could measure in feet or yards.
In soccer, the "regulation" width of the goal is 8 yards, or 24 feet. A goal that is marked by posts alone, that is, a goal that lacks a crossbar, might be used in special circumstances. But it is clearly not an "official" structure and does not meet the minimum requirements set down in the Laws of the Game.