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Q: How to calculate square feet with width height measurement?

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The square of the diagonal minus the square of the height would equal the square of the width. Therefore the square root of the solution to the above problem would be the width

To calculate a "cubic" measurement, you multiply length x width x height.

It is length*width*height - in suitable measurement units.

Measure the height of the wall from floor to ceiling. Measure the width of the wall. Multiply height x width = square footage. For square yards, divide the square footage by 9.

a square measurement is the size of the width times the height of something so something 10' by 10' would be 10x10=100 so 100 square feet.

No. A square is a 2-dimensional shape so it cannot have a length, width and height.

The measurement of length, width, and height finds the volume of a cube or rectangular prism.

You calculate the area of any rectangle by multiplying height by width. Simply measure the height and width in meters, multiply, and the result will be in square meters.

Multiply the height by the width

Measuring length, width, height, and distance are all forms of what measurement?

Running feet isn't really an area measurement, it's a length measurement. To get square feet, you have to multiply length by width.

To calculate volume simply do length x width x height

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