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If the space is rectangular, then its area is (5 x 6) = 30 square ft.

30 x $3 = $90

Q: What is the cost to carpet a 5 by 6 foot space at a cost of 3.00 per square foot?

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your mamma

It depends on what kind of carpet you get and what the cost of it is per square foot. Also, if you do it yourself or if you will hire someone to do it. You are talking about 200 square feet, so find the cost per square foot and figure 200 x cost per foot.

Around $2.00

cost of per square yard will be 468.00.

This is like asking how much does a car or a house cost. The average price for decent quality residential carpet is around $2.50 per square foot.

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your mamma

It depends on what kind of carpet you get and what the cost of it is per square foot. Also, if you do it yourself or if you will hire someone to do it. You are talking about 200 square feet, so find the cost per square foot and figure 200 x cost per foot.

Around $2.00

cost of per square yard will be 468.00.

The cost largely depends on the quality of the carpet you want. The lower end costs $3.70 per square foot, while the higher end carpet costs about $5.49 per square foot.

This is like asking how much does a car or a house cost. The average price for decent quality residential carpet is around $2.50 per square foot.

Every 9 inches of a roll with a 12-foot width is a square yard. This means every lineal or running foot of 12-foot wide carpet is 1 1/3 square yards of carpet. If carpet is $11.26 per square yard, a running foot of our carpet on the roll would cost about $15. The actual answer is $15 and 1 & 1/3 cents a lineal foot.