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21.5 square yards, or almost a 14' x 14' room

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Q: How much will 194 square feet cover?
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Carpet is usually handled in rolls that are 12 feet wide, so 194 linear feet of carpet would be 12 x 194, or 2328 square feet. However, the most common measurement for carpet is square yards in the US, so you would divide 2328 sq. ft. by 9 sq. ft. to get the square yards, about 259. That would be enough carpet to cover an area 16 yards by 16 yards.


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