First of all just type the yard (yd) value in the text field of the conversion form to start converting yd to in, select the decimals value and finally hit convert button if auto calculation didn’t work.

To convert a yard measurement to an inch measurement, multiply the length by the conversion ratio.

## What do you mean by Yards?

A yard is measuring unit of length in the imperial system of measurement and US customary systems of measurement. It is also equal to 3 feet, or 36 inches.

A unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride. One yard is exactly equal to 36 inches according to the international agreement in 1959. Yard symbol is “yd”.

## What do you mean by Inches?

It is a measuring unit for length in the imperial system. The standard international unit symbol is “in”. One inch is equal to 0.0277777778 yards according to the metric system by international yard agreement in the year 1959. Twelve inches equals one foot.

## How do you Convert Yards to Inches?

To convert a** yard measurement** to an inch measurement, **multiply the length by the conversion ratio**. The length in inches is equal to the yards multiplied by 36.

1 yd = 36 in

1 in = 0.0277777778 yd

This relationship tells us that yards are the larger unit. **To ****convert from a value in inches** ** to one in yards****, we need to divide by 36**. To convert a value in yards to inches, we need to multiply by 36.

One inch is equal to 1/36 yards: **1in = 1in / 36 = 0.02777777778yd.**

**Example:** **Convert 15 yd to in:**

15 yd = 15 × 36 in = 540 in

1 yard is equal to 3 inches:

1yd = 36in

The distance d in inches (in) is equal to the distance d in yards (yd) times 36:

d(in) = d(yd) × 36

## Yards to Inches Conversion Table

Yards (Yd) | Inches (In) |

1 yd | 36″ |

2 yd | 72″ |

3 yd | 108″ |

4 yd | 144″ |

5 yd | 180″ |

6 yd | 216″ |

7 yd | 252″ |

8 yd | 288″ |

9 yd | 324″ |

10 yd | 360″ |

11 yd | 396″ |

12 yd | 432″ |

13 yd | 468″ |

14 yd | 504″ |

15 yd | 540″ |

16 yd | 576″ |

17 yd | 612″ |

18 yd | 648″ |

19 yd | 684″ |

20 yd | 720″ |

21 yd | 756″ |

22 yd | 792″ |

23 yd | 828″ |

24 yd | 864″ |

25 yd | 900″ |

26 yd | 936″ |

27 yd | 972″ |

28 yd | 1,008″ |

29 yd | 1,044″ |

30 yd | 1,080″ |

31 yd | 1,116″ |

32 yd | 1,152″ |

33 yd | 1,188″ |

34 yd | 1,224″ |

35 yd | 1,260″ |

36 yd | 1,296″ |

37 yd | 1,332″ |

38 yd | 1,368″ |

39 yd | 1,404″ |

## Uses of Yards:

The yard is used as the standard unit of field-length measurement in American, Canadian and association football, cricket pitch dimensions, and in some countries, golf fairway measurements. There are corresponding units of area and volume, the square yard and cubic yard respectively.

## Uses of Inches:

The inch is a commonly used customary unit of length in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It is also used in Japan for electronic parts, especially display screens. In most of continental Europe, the inch is also used informally as a measure for display screens.