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# What is the square footage of a room is 6 feet by 12 feet?

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6 ft * 12 feet = 6*12 = 72 square feet.

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The square footage of the room is determined by the floor dimensions. So if you have a 12 x 20 room the square footage is 240 square feet.

The question does not give the units of measurement for the room's size. Assuming they are feet, the square footage is 12*15 = 180 square feet.

The question does not give the units of measurement for the room's size. Assuming they are feet, the square footage is 20*12 = 240 square feet.

You multiply the width by the length, thus: 8 feet *12 feet = 96 square feet.

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

If the given dimensions are in feet then 12 times 15 = 180 square feet

To find the square footage of a room, you multiply the length of the room by the width. For example, is the length is 12 feet and the width is 10 feet, the square footage would be 120 feet. Hope this helps! Measure length of the room and time it by width LxW=SqFt

240 square feet. Multiply the length by the width. The result is the area in square feet.

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

to get the square footage just multiple length times width. So 10 x 12 = 120 square feet.

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

The square footage of a floor that is 11 feet 8 inches by 12 feet 5 inches is 144.86 square feet. Square footage is calculated by multiplying the length of the room by the width.

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

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