you don't. square feet is area, lineal feet is distance.
4,000 linear feet.
14400 lineal feet to square meters
You cannot convert square feet to lineal feet. Lineal feet is a measure of distance. Square feet is a measure of area.
How many square feet is 212 lineal feet by .475 inches?
Feet and lineal feet are the same measurement - lineal feet is merely used as a term to distinguish feet from square or cubic feet.
LINEAL is actually an incorrect term for measurement - it refers to ancestry or heredity. The correct term is LINEAR and one (1) linear foot equals 12". To convert linear feet to square feet depends on the width you are measuring, i.e., 100 linear feet x 1 foot wide equals 100 square feet; 100 linear feet x 6" wide equals 50 square feet and so on.
Lineal metres = Square metre/Width of the carpet.
you have to add something to the equation: how wide is the object that you are measuring lineal feet of? if it is 12" wide, you need 650 lineal feet to come up with 650 square feet, if it is 4" wide, you need 2950 lineal feet of it, etc. . . hope this helps!
3290 square feet.
Multiply the two together to convert to area. The answer is 111.76 square feet.
Lineal feet are units for measuring lengths.
Answer is Zero. Trick question ! A measure of length ( lineal ) is not a measure of an enclosed area.
Multiply feet by 0.3048
A linear or lineal foot is EXACTLY the same as a foot. So, the answer is 475 lineal feet.
You don't. Square feet is a measure of area and lineal foot is a measure of length Your question is like asking how do you convert Gallons to Inches
It is ft. Lineal is not necessary.
The area equals the total square feet.
29 lineal carpet metres should cover 104 square metres
Convert the lineal feet to lineal metres, then multiply the width in metres, giving the square dimension in metres.Eg: You have a combined length of timbers totalling 300 feet and each length is 10" wide.In metric, that would be, 100 metres total length with a width of .25m. Multiply 100 by .25, givng the answer of 25 square metres.
This can not be answered without more information. You need to know the width of the item being measured by length (which is what lineal foot refers to). If it is a roll of carpet 25 feet wide, you would need 100 lineal feet to cover 2500 sqare feet. If it is a 2.5 foot counter top, you would need 1000 lineal feet. Divide 2500 by the width in feet of the material being measured and you will get the number of lineal feet required.
1 metre = 3.2808 feet.
A linear foot is a unit of length. A square foot is a unit of area. The two units are therefore incompatible.