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Q: How do measure the square feet of something that is not square?

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Feet can't be converted to square feet. Feet measure length, while square feet measure area.

There is no answer to your question. "Regular" feet, called linear feet, is a measure of how long something is. Square feet is a measure of how large an area is by multiplying the area's width by its length. Linear feet and square feet measure two different things, so there is no conversion factor.

Feet is a measure of distance, square feet a measure of area.

Feet can't be converted to square feet. Feet measure length, while square feet measure area.

Length times width. If you have something 2 feet long by 2 feet wide it is 4 square feet. A foot is one dimensional measurement. A square foot is 2-dimensional and is a square unit footxfoot. (ft2) There is no set amount of feet in a square foot, because square feet is a measure of area and feet are a measure of length.

Measure its side in terms of feet. Multiply that measure by itself to give the area in square feet.

You cannot convert square feet to lineal feet. Lineal feet is a measure of distance. Square feet is a measure of area.

Feet measure length, square feet measure area. Your question has no answer.

Feet is a measure of length, square feet is a measure of area. The two can not be equated.

Square feet are square feet. There is not a measure called radius square feet.

Something is wrong. Yards are a measure for length or distance and square feet means an area. Apples are no pears.

You don't convert square feet to feet. Square feet is the measure of an area. Feet is the measure of a length.

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