Q: What is the square foot of a 10 foot by 8 foot ROOM?

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It depends on whether the room is 8 foot x 10 foot or 8 metres x 10 metres or 8 cubits x 10 cubits or whatever!

8' x 10' = 80 square feet

Assuming the room is 8 ft by 10 ft (the question does not say so), the area would be 8*10 = 80 square feet

Just multiply the numbers together. 8*9.6=76.8 sq ft

It is 12 x 8 = 96 sq. ft.

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8*10=80 sqf, actually...

It depends on whether the room is 8 foot x 10 foot or 8 metres x 10 metres or 8 cubits x 10 cubits or whatever!

8 ft x 10 ft = 80 ft2 or 80 square feet.

Floor and ceiling . . . (10' x 10') = 100 square feet eachFour walls . . . . . . . . (10' x 8') = 80 square feet eachTotal area inside the room = 2 (100) + 4 (80) = 520 square feet

8-ft x 10-ft = 80 square feet If you mean "20 square foot a box", then you need 4 boxes.

For simplicity sake, let's assume we have a 10 foot x 10 foot room with an 8 foot ceiling. The floor area is 10 multiplied by 10 to get 100 square feet. To get the volume multiply that by 8 and get 800 cubic feet.

Multiply 8 by 12, and get 96 square feet, as the dimension of the room.

8' x 10' = 80 square feet

5 x 8 = 40 40 square feet

About 4.459 square meters.

10 x 8 sqft...

64 square feet. Just multiply length by width - the answer is the square footage.