Q: How much per linear foot for limestone treads?

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Actually, a linear foot is the actual term for foot. So you pretty much answered your own question.

As stated, the question is meaningless. Area and length are not comparable.

a linear yard is one yard long - you need to know how wide the covering is in order to compute how much covers a square foot wall

The answer depends on how wide the carpet bolt is. For example, 53 linear feet of a 6 foot bolt is 318 ft2. At $0.53 per ft2, the cost would be $168.54. When the price is given in $/ft2, you need to know the width of the bolt to convert your linear foot needs into a price.

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Linear is a straight line measurement and square feet requires a length and width.

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Actually, a linear foot is the actual term for foot. So you pretty much answered your own question.

As stated, the question is meaningless. Area and length are not comparable.

$1,500 per linear foot. Or so.

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800 mm = 2.62 feet, approx.

a linear yard is one yard long - you need to know how wide the covering is in order to compute how much covers a square foot wall

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A square metre is a unit of area. A linear foot is a unit of length. The two units are therefore incompatible.

The answer depends on how wide the carpet bolt is. For example, 53 linear feet of a 6 foot bolt is 318 ft2. At $0.53 per ft2, the cost would be $168.54. When the price is given in $/ft2, you need to know the width of the bolt to convert your linear foot needs into a price.

The density of limestone varies from something on the order of 110 pounds per cubic foot (a shade over 1 ounce per cubic inch) to over 160 pounds per cubic foot (about 1.5 ounces per cubic inch).