you con only count square footage as the foot print a room has. that would be the part of a room you can walk on
No it does not...
No, just living area is counted.
The "square footage" is usually called the "area". A room that measures 3-ft long and 3-ft wide has -- 9 square feet on the floor -- 9 more square feet on the ceiling -- more square feet on the walls, but in order to count those, you have to know the height of the ceiling above the floor.
Yes, a rectangle can be counted as a square. It is a type of square.
1st measure the area of the oil bottle LxWxH to get square footage. subtract .3 from total to count for bottle shape,unless using a case box. then calculate same square footage for container 20'XWxH. subtract your first number from the second number.this will be a close estimate. it depends on if your filling it top top bottom in cardboard boxes or just toosing empty bottles in container,or stacking pallets.if stacking pallets take container square footage and subtract pallet size (by calculation) by number of pallets.
look at the square and count
You can count 12 ribs in your body and are all attached to the vertebral column but only 10 are attached directly to the sternum and 2 are floating
No, it must be permanently attached, meaning welded, to count as part of the barrel length.
It's not necessary to count. Squares always have four sides.
It depends how and what you count, but 3,794,101 square miles is acceptable
Rather than count each square individually, count the squares (8) along the top of a chess board, and count the squares (8) down the side. 8 x 8 = 64 squares in total. (You could, if you wish, also include the whole board as a square = 65.)
59.12 yards, however this isn't how you measure for carpeting. You can buy length, but the width of carpeting is set, so to just convert square footage to yards doesn't work. You'll need to measure the room from the furthest width to the furthest length.... this means through the doorways and such. Then re-post your question with this info instead of square footage. If you're planning on having a pro measure for you, and just want a ball park for pricing and saving... I would count on 65 yards.Good Luck!
if you have a picture you could count around the square
You may be thinking of ice shelves, one of which, the Ross Ice Shelf, is about the size of France. Ice shelves are attached to the Antarctic continent, but float in the sea and do not count in the total square kilometer measurements of it.
work it out
If you count the square base, 5.
You divide it up into regular shapes: rectangles, triangles, semicircles. Then use the formulae for these shapes and add the results together. If you cannot do that - because the shape is just too irregular, draw a scaled version of the shape on a board of uniform thickness. Cut the shape out and find its mass (or weight). Also, draw a square foot on the board to the same scale and get its mass. The square footage of the room is the ratio of the masses (or weights). You could also draw a scaled version of the room on a grid representing a unit area. Count the number of squares that are at least half inside the sketched room. Ignore all squares that are less than half inside. The number of squares inside multiplied by the square footage of each square will give the approximate area of the room. The finer the grid, the more accurate the result (but it will also be harder work).
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a square has 4 sides
Thread count is simply the number of threads woven together in a square inch. Count both lengthwise & widthwise. i.e. - 100 threads lengthwise + 100 threads widthwise = 200 thread count.
A square has four edges, one face (assuming the "back" does not count), and four vertices. A cube has 12 edges, six faces (assuming the "inside" does not count), and eight vertices.