Q: How many sq ft are there in a room that is 30ft by 15ft?

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17ft x 15ft = 255 ft2

15ft+12.5ftft+15ft+12.5ft=55ft P=55ft

A cone with a 30ft height and a 15ft radius has a total surface area of approximately 2,287.44 square feet.

multiply: 17 ft x 15 ft = 255 sq. ft.

Dimensional analysis. 12ft x 15ft = 180 ft^2, or 180 square feet. 12 x 15= 180

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17ft x 15ft = 255 ft2

15ft+12.5ftft+15ft+12.5ft=55ft P=55ft

A cone with a 30ft height and a 15ft radius has a total surface area of approximately 2,287.44 square feet.

900 sq ft is 900 sq ft. The only limit imposed on the dimensions of the room are that the length must be 30 ft [sqrt(900)] ft. The room cound be 30ft x 30ft, or 3ft x 300ft or 0.3ft x 3000 ft etc.

24ft x 15ft = 360 ft^2 = 360 square ft 360 square ft = 33.4 square meters

30 ft * 12 ft = 360 sq ft = 33.445 sq metres

450 sq. ft.

240 square feet= 15 ft x 16 ft= 240 sq ft

multiply: 17 ft x 15 ft = 255 sq. ft.

Dimensional analysis. 12ft x 15ft = 180 ft^2, or 180 square feet. 12 x 15= 180