Kilometers to yards (km to yd) 

The calculator allows you to convert kilometers to yards. Perform the reverse calculation: yards to kilometers 
1 yard = 1 / 1093.61 km (approximately equal to) or 1 yd = 0.0009144 km (approximately equal to) 
To convert kilometers to yards, multiply by 1093.61 (approximately). ExamplesTo convert kilometers to yards, multiply the number of kilometers by 1 093.61. You can find below 3 examples of converting kilometers to yards:Example 1: convert 2 kilometers to yards:2 km = 2 x 1 093.61 = 2 187.22 ydExample 2: convert 3.5 kilometers to yards:3.5 km = 3.5 x 1 093.61 = 3 828.64 ydExample 3: convert 0.75 kilometer to yards:0.75 km = 0.75 x 1 093.61 = 820.21 ydThe results are rounded to 2 decimal places. Kilometers (km) to yards (yd) conversion table
Kilometers (km)The symbol for kilometers is "km". A kilometer is a unit of length or distance in the International System of Units (SI). It is defined as 1 000 meters. One notable use of kilometers is in the sport of running, where the standard race distances range from 5 kilometers to a full marathon of 42.195 kilometers. "Kilo" is a prefix that means "thousand" in the International System of Units (SI). It is represented by the symbol "k". It is commonly used to express quantities such as mass, distance, and time. For example, one kilogram is equal to 1000 grams, one kilometer is equal to 1000 meters, and one kilosecond is equal to 1000 seconds.Yards (yd)A yard is a unit of length or distance. It is equal to three feet or 36 inches, or approximately 0.9144 meters. The symbol for "yard" is "yd".The use of the yard dates back to ancient times, and it was originally defined as the length of a man's belt or girdle, as it was a convenient measure for determining cloth lengths. The yard, foot, and inch are traditional units of length that are still in use today. A yard is equal to 3 feet or 36 inches. A foot is equal to 12 inches. An inch is equal to 1/12 of a foot or 1/36 of a yard. Together, the yard, foot, and inch are part of a system of units called the Imperial system of measurement, which was originally developed in England in the Middle Ages. While the metric system has largely replaced the Imperial system in many countries, the yard, foot, and inch are still commonly used in everyday life in some countries. 