A 60*40 site will have 2400 sq feet
It depends on how long the piece of string is.
747 inches is 62.25 feet And Don't know the size of the jet try another site sorry
Here's a great site with a measurement calculator - How many square yards in a foot - See related link "Yards to Feet" below for the calculator
this is a good site
No, WikiAnswers is not a chat room.
No. This is a question and answer site, not a chat room.
Nothing on the mission web site gives the dimension of the mission.
There are many hotels that offer a jacuzzi in the room. Check out a site such as TripAdvisor for reviews on the best hotels that would offer a jacuzzi.
There are many references to convert meter to feet. One can find these references and calculators at Metric-Conversions, Wikihow, and The Calculator Site.
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From research when one is looking for help upon room designing, there are many sites of company's which specialise in this area of design, such as the DIY site, Amazon and homestyler.
I've provided a link to my site below, which has a chat room. If you are looking for an avatar chat site, you should take a look on www.clubcooee.com Just visit and think about it. You can talk to many people and do many things like decorate you room or you avatar and every week or so is an event.
Yes if you have an account but this is not a chat room site, Wiki is currently going through changes to stop people "chatting" on here, there are a few things they are thinking of introducing to stop this site being used as a chat room rather than a question/answer site.
about 270 ft in a standing position.Check the wikipedia site for the full range of formulas
40 feet by 65 feet
you enter it in the roblox code box
A vendor sponsoring of a chat room such that the sponsoring vendor places a link on the site
You can get shelving for your laundry room on the following site: http://www.containerstore.com/welcome.htm. They have a great selection.
First thing is you need to get the size of the room (sq feet). Then you look at what is in the room that may cause heat (ovens, dryers, ect). Take that information and bring it to an expert. They will be able to tell you exactly what you need to get. You can also check out: http://reviewgetpriceandbuy.com/vs3/ This site has lots of great information to. Good luck!
You've got it written in the question, 10x10... ten times ten equals one hundred.