Square feet and square foot can be expressed as: ft2
To convert square feet you multiply by the height. Example 1 - if you are trying to find the cubic feet in a home that has 8 foot tall rooms it would be 4,000 square feet X 8 feet = 32,000 cubic feet Example 2 - if you are trying to find the cubic feet in a flower bed 6 inches deep it would be 4,000 square feet X 0.5 feet = 2,000 cubic feet
That depends on how thin you spread it. If it's 16 feet deep, then it covers 1 square foot. If it's 1 foot deep, then it covers 16 square feet. If it's one inch deep, then it covers 192 square feet. It all depends on how thin you spread it.
Depends on how deep the pool is. Every square foot that is one foot deep has 7.5 gallons in it. So if the pool is 4 feet deep, you'll have 30 gallons for every square foot. A cubic foot actually is 7.481 gallons, or 7.48
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Because square foot is a measure of area, you would find square feet by using an area formula. Simply multiply the sides of an object, which in your case are 6 and 5 feet, to find the answer. Your object is 30 square feet total.
If the container is 1 inch deep, the area is 1 square foot.
No. Square feet are square.
A linear foot is distance. A square foot is area. One square foot is the area of some square tiles used on floors. Ten square feet is 1 foot x 10 feet or 2 feet x 5 feet. Don't confuse this with a 10 foot square which is 10 feet by 10 feet which equals 100 square feet.
You divide by 144 to find the square feet. Doing the math gives an answer of 10.15 square feet.