Inch to Yard Converter
At this article we will introduce to you the smallest unit of length in the US customary system, the inch. Originally, inch was derived from the old English unit “ince”.
United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom use inch as the customary unit of length. Inch is most common used to express the size of display screens and other electronic devices.
What is yard?
The yard is an English unit of length which is included within both the British imperial and US customary systems of measurement.
It can be symbolized as “yd”. One yard equals 3 feet or 36 inches.
The idiom of “yard” has an old English origin. It was derived from the two English words “gerd and gyrd” which were used in different measurement such as rods and branches.
Beside being the standard unit of field-length measurement in American ,Canadian and Association football, the yard is used widely for length measurement in many different countries.