It needs: 12*24 = 288 square feet
No. "Feet" tells you a length or distance, like the length of a rope, or the distance from home to school. "Square feet" tells you an area, like how much carpet you need to cover a floor, or how much land you own.
7.2 million square feet.
Niether; It's surface area.
There are no square feet in any cubic feet. Those two units are used for completely different things, and they don't convert to each other. "Square feet" tells you how much carpet you'd need to cover the floor of a room. "Cubic feet" tells you how much water you'd need to fill the room, floor to ceiling.
If you mean the floor of the Colosseum, it was 287 feet long and 180 feet wide.
You need 7200 square feet of carpet in this case.
90 feet squared of carpet is needed.
Knowing that information is the only accurate way to determine . . . -- the cost to repair or replace the floor -- how much carpet needed to cover the floor -- what size rug required for the floor -- how much paint to buy, to paint the ceiling and/or any walls in the room -- how much seed and fertilizer required to start a lawn in the room
To know how much square feet this will cover, We need the info about what the perimeter of the carpet is first, otherwise this question cannot be answered. (If you do not have a defined perimeter, equal length and width would make the most area.)
Because the carpet is an insulator while the floor kind of isn't. A carpet traps the air particles much better than the floor. So it's that.
If your floor is a simple rectangle, you would multiply length times width and get the area. That's how much carpet is needed to cover it. Make sure that you have your measurements converted to just feet when you multiply them. For example, if it is 10 feet, 8 inches long, that would be 10 8/12 feet long. If your floor is not just a simple rectangle, divide a diagram of it up into simple rectangles (or other polygons) that you can find the area of, and then add all of their areas together.