Price per meter to price per yard
Enter e.g. 4 meters.
Enter e.g. 2.64\$

So 1 yard cost X \$
PPY = TP / TM

# Price per meter to price per yard calculator

Published: 4/5/2022 Last updated: 4/5/2022
The price per meter to price per yard calculator is a tool dedicated for people who need to convert price per meter to price per yard quickly and effortlessly. Click here to know the cost per yard.

Enter the price per meter. Click the ‘calculate’ button below to see the price per yard.

## Price per meter to price per yard definition

What is the price per meter to price per yard? The price per meter to price per yard is the price per one meter given in dollars converted to the price per one yard given in dollars.

## Price per meter to price per yard formula

How to calculate price per meter to price per yard? You need to know 2 things – the first one is the price per meter, the second one is the number of yards in one meter. Then divide the price per meter by the number of yards in one meter. The result will be price per yard then.

Price per yard = Price per meter / Number of yards in one meter

Where,

• Price per yard is a price per one yard of some kind of product,

• Price per meter is a price per one meter of this product,

• Number of yards in one meter is just 1.0936133.

And here is the updated formula:

Price per yard = Price per meter / 1.0936133

## Price per meter to price per yard examples

How to calculate price per meter to price per yard? Have a look at the instruction as an example below.

For instance, you bought one meter of cotton fabric for 3.30\$. Now you want to know what the price per yard is. So you need to divide the price per meter by the number of yards in one meter, that is 1.0936133.

Solution:

Divide the price per meter by 1.0936133. Here is the formula:

Price per yard = Price per meter / 1.0936133

Put the data into a formula. It will look like this:

Price per yard = 3.30 / 1.0936133

And now calculate the result. You can use a calculator to make it easier.

3.01752 = 3.30 / 1.0936133

The last step is rounding off the result to two decimal places. Then you will see the price per yard.

3.02 ≈ 3.01752 = 3.30 / 1.0936133

So if the price per meter of cotton fabric is 3.30\$, what is the price per yard? The price per yard is 3.02\$.

## Price per meter to price per yard examples in Excel

If you don’t want to calculate price per meter to price per yard on your own, you can use Excel as your cost per meter to cost per yard calculator. Only one thing you need is an Excel formula.

For example, you bought one meter of linen fabric for 2.99\$.

Your problem is you don’t know the price per yard.

Your solution is a price per meter to price per yard Excel formula:

Price per yard = Price per meter / 1.0936133

Put the data into this formula now. The price per meter is 2.99.

Price per yard = 2.99 / 1.0936133

Calculate it by simply clicking the ‘enter’ on your keyboard.

2.734056 = 2.99 / 1.0936133

And round the result off to two decimal places. To make it, use “ROUNDUP” or “ROUNDDOWN” functions in Excel. Then you will get the price per yard.

2.73 ≈ 2.734056 = 2.99 / 1.0936133

So after using this formula in Excel, you finally know that the price per yard is 2.73\$.

## Price per meter to price per yard explanation

To convert price per meter to price per yard, follow the steps shown below:

1. Step 1: First, determine the price per meter. It is the price per one meter you paid for some kind of product.

2. Step 2: Next, determine the number of yards in one meter. It is a constant number equal to 1.0936133.

3. Step 3: Finally, calculate the price per yard by dividing the price per meter (step 1) by the number of yards in one meter (step 2) by using the price per meter to price per yard formula given below:

Price per yard = Price per meter / 1.0936133

### Price per meter to price per yard FAQ

At the end, we have for you a quick reminder of the most important information about price per meter to price per yard. See FAQ section below.

1. How to convert cost per meter to cost per yard? Divide the price per meter by the number of yards in one meter to get the price per yard.

Sources:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metre

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yard

https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Price

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unit_price                       