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 Which is bigger: a meter or a yard?

Answer One meter is equal to 3.28084 feet, while 1 yard equals 3 feet, according to a University of Minnesota conversion table. Therefore, a meter is approximately .28 feet or 3.4 inches longer than a yar... Read More »
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Is a meter or yard bigger?

A meter is larger than a yard. Both units are used to measure distance: yards in the imperial system and meters in the Metric system. A yard is equal to about 0.9 meters (the precise conversion is ... Read More »
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Is a kilometer bigger than a meter?

The kilometer is a measuring unit of length within the metric system. A single kilometer is much larger than a meter, as there are 1,000 meters in a single kilometer.References:Conversion metric: K... Read More »
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How long is a meter compared to a yard?

A meter is a metric unit of measurement, and a yard is a standard American unit of measurement. While a meter and a yard are very similar in length, a meter is slightly longer. It takes 1.0936133 y... Read More »
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Is a meter stick the same as a yard stick?

A yardstick and a meter stick are not the same, since they are based on different measurements. A yardstick measures exactly 36 inches long. A meter stick is slightly longer, measuring 39.37 inches... Read More »
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