Compared to a square inch, it's pretty big.
Approximately 1.4 square feet.
2.78 square feet.
Is this a trick question? A 12 inch tile has an area of 1 square foot. So to cover 294 square feet you would need 294 tiles!
2.77 square feet.
There can be no such formula. An inch is a measure of length in 1-dimensional space while square feet are a measure of area in 2-dimensional space. The two measure different things and, according to basic principles of dimensional analysis, any attempt at conversion from one to the other is fundamentally flawed.
2.25 square feet.
40 square feet.
A 36-inch diameter circle has an area of: 1,017.9 square inches.* * * * *which is 7.07 square feet.
3.5555 square feet.
There cannot be square feet in an inch. One is an area unit and one is a length unit. Square feet belong to square inch.
Approximately 179.17 square feet.
Approximately 222.54 square feet.
Approximately 122.28 square feet.
A 12-inch circle has an area of 0.784 square feet.
Square inches to square feet: divide by 144.
there are 12*12 = 144 square inches in a square foot so there are 1/144 square feet in a square inch
That is 240 square inches. There are 144 square inches in a square foot therefore it is approximately 1.66 square feet.
The sign is three square feet.
There are 144 18 square inch tiles in an area of 18 square feet.
A 56-inch diameter circle has an area of about 17.06 square feet.
Each tile would be 2.25 square feet. That means you have a total of 1,167.75 square feet of tile.
One square inch