3.048 x 3.658 = 11.15 square meters
Multiply the length of the room by the width of the room in feet.
If the room is square, then the area is the square of the length of any side.The length of any side is the square root of the area = sqrt(225) = 15.
The area of a room with a perimeter of 36 feet is: 81 square feet.
3.14 x the radius (from the center of the room to the edge) = the square footage
Divide the diameter by 2 to get the radius. Then use the formula for the area of a circle (pi x radius2).
length x width
assuming a rectangular room multiply length times width
To find the square footage of a room, you simply multiply the length of the room (in feet) by the width of the room (in feet). The answer is the square footage of the room (assuming the sides opposite each or are equal in length)
In order to calculate the square footage you need to find the length and the width of the room in feet. You multiply the length and the width to give you the square footage of the room
To find the square footage of a room, you multiply the length of the room by the width. For example, is the length is 12 feet and the width is 10 feet, the square footage would be 120 feet. Hope this helps! Measure length of the room and time it by width LxW=SqFt
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To find the square feet of a room, multiply the length times the width. 12 feet X 12 feet = 144 square feet.
It depends on the size. If each sheet is 1/500 of a square meter large then the weight would be 130 grams. 130 gsm means 130 g/square meter. Thus, to find the weight, find the area of each sheet of paper in square meters, multiply it by the total number of pages (finding total square meterage) and then multiply it by 130.
To find the square feet of a room, you are just finding the area. Area is length times width. So, in a room with dimensions 28 by 28 feet, the square feet is 784.
There are 156 square feet in the room. To find it, you have to multiply both the length and width.
-- Measure the length and width of the room, in feet.-- Multiply the (length of the room) times (the width of the room), in feet.-- The answer is the number of square feet of carpet required to cover the floor of the room.
Assume the room to be square or rectangle. The intersection of two lines from opposite corners is your center.
There is no such unit as "cubic square feet". If you want to calculate the cubic feet of volume in a room, multiply the room's length (in feet) by its width (in feet), and then multiply that result by the room's height (in feet).
First, you have to find the dimensions of the room in square feet. Multiplying length times width, 15*17 = 255. Then, knowing that 1 square yard equals 9 square feet, you take 255/9 and find the room contains 85/3 square yards or 24 and 1/3 square yards.
To find total area of a room, you multiply the room's dimensions. So if you have a room that is 4 meters by 5 meters, you would multiply the two to find total square meters. Which in this case would be 20 square meters.
Easy to do. Just multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.
To find the area of a room multiply the length times the width: 10 X 10 = 100 square feet.