Square feet and square foot can be expressed as: ft2
find the width of a rectangle if its area is 9/28 of a square foot
A cylinder with a diameter of 1 foot and 3 feet high has a surface area of 11 square feet.
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.
Multiply Pi (3.1415) times the square of the radius times the length of the cylinder.
cYLINDER NEVER BE A SQUARE.
No. Square feet are square.
You need to know the length and width of the cylinder. Next, multiply Pi (3.1416) times the square of the radius (half the width). Then multiply the result by the length of the cylinder. For example, the volume of a 10-foot long pipe with a diameter of 3 feet is:Pi (3.1416) x square of the radius (1.52= 2.25) x length (10) = 70.686 cubic feet.
Ummm . . . there is 1 square foot in a square foot. The square foot could be any dimensions, like 1 foot by 1 foot, or half a foot by 2 feet, or a quarter of a foot by 4 feet . . . . .
There are 9 square feet in a square yard. This means to find price per square foot given price per square yard, division by 9 is in order. $11.69 divided by 9 = $1.298888... or about $1.30 per square foot.
1 square inch = 0.006944 square foot (rounded) 1 square foot = 144 square inches
You divide by 144 to find the square feet. Doing the math gives an answer of 10.15 square feet.
All you need to know is that there are 3 feet in a yard.Then you square it, like this:(3 foot/yard) x (3 foot/yard) = (3 foot/yard)2 = 9 foot2/yard2
37.69911184 rounded to 38 square feet
Pie radius square
One square foot is 1 foot X1 foot, 1 foot square is also 1 foot x 1 foot. The only difference is that in 100 square feet it would be 10 x 10 or 5 x 20 etc but in a 100 foot square it is 100 feet X 1 foot only.
This cylinder will hold up to 3,760.11 gallons of water.
! Square foot = 0.092903 square meters.
You need a price for the carpet, per square foot, to find the answer.
Knowing the width and length of the cylinder is required. Then, the formula is Pi x radius square x length. For example, the volume of a 10-foot long cylinder with a width of 6 feet is as follows:Pi (3.1415) x 9 (radius squared) x 10 (length) = 282.735 cubic feet.
The square foot area of a 41-foot diameter circle is: 1,320 square feet.
Yes. Not to be confused with '40 foot square' which would be a square with 40 foot sides.
Square footage of a space is measured by its length times its width or (foot X foot =foot2) or square foot. Thus, you'll need those two measurements ; then multiply them together and you have your square footage. It's actually pretty cut and dry [ simple ].
You can measure a square foot by using a rule o a yardstick. A square foot is one foot by another foot so you could use a ruler.