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To measure an existing area: Assuming it is a rectangle, you measure length and width (in feet), then multiply (to get square feet).

To get a rectangle that has that area: Find two numbers that, when multiplied, give 144. Then measure off a length equal to the first number, and a width equal to the second number.

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