Q: How many board feet of wood is there in 750-2 multiplied by 10-16'?

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100 square feet

linear feet is exactly what it sounds like... the length of the board, 12 feet. board feet is based on a board 1x12 by I ft, so this would be 6 board feet because it is 1/2 the with for calculating board feet.

Board feet can be determined when you have 3 dimensions for the board, but not with just two.

If you have a board that is 1 by 12 inches that is 10 foot long you will have 10 inches of board feet. This a math problem.

170

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Approx 3.1 *1016 or 31 quadrillion.

206 light years = 3.1039 * 1016 feet

100 Feet

100 feet

9 feet 6 inches multiplied by 17 is 161 feet and 6 inches.

1,200 board feet.

cubic feet x 12 = board feet

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Board feet are a measurement of volume. Length x Width x Thickness / 144 = board feet.

100 square feet

It is 5.12 feet.

To convert board feet to lineal feet, divide the total board feet by the board's thickness in feet. For example, if you have 100 board feet of lumber that is 1 inch thick, you would divide 100 by 1, which equals 100 lineal feet.