Q: What measurement unit is used to find the width of a class room?

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The average width of a dining room table is the measurement of the table from one long side to the other long side.

Unless the room is a perfect square (length and width are the exact same) you cannot determine the length and width without knowing one of the two first. If you know one of these, simply divide the square footage by the measurement that you do know. If the room is a perfect square, the length and width would both be the square root of the square footage.

To find the relationship in width and area you can use the formula area/length = width. To find the area of a room you multiple the length by the width.

Area = width x length in order to find width you need to know length

By measuring it

Multiply the length of the room by the width of the room in feet.

What it is saying is that to get the Area of a room you must multiply the Length of the room times the Width of the room.It is saying the Length (L) is 15, and the Width (W) is 10.So, now you must multiply the Length (15) by the Width (10) to get your answer (the Area).

length x width

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

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It depends on the definition of a room. What would the minimum width or length measurement be in a space, and still have it considered a room? With a minimum dimension to go off of, must the product of the width and length be exactly 1000 square feet? Must the width and length be in whole numbers?

I would use meters.

assuming a rectangular room multiply length times width

== Area of Room== To find the area in square feet of a room, multiply the length (in feet) by the width (in feet). Since you provided three dimensions, perhaps you wished to find the volume in cubic feet. To do so, multiply length, width, and height. Be sure your units are consistent.

-- Measure the length and width of the room, in feet.-- Multiply the (length of the room) times (the width of the room), in feet.-- The answer is the number of square feet of carpet required to cover the floor of the room.

Height x depth x width = volume in cubic (unit of measurement - feet, yard, centimetres, metres) e.g. 2m x 2m x 2m = 8m3

6" of diagonal measurement for every foot you are seated away from the TV, so on a room with a 10' width, you could fit up to a 60" TV.

If the room is rectangular - the usual case - multiply the length times the width. If length and width are in meters, the area will be in square meters; if length and width are in feet, the area will be in square feet, etc.

In order to calculate the square footage you need to find the length and the width of the room in feet. You multiply the length and the width to give you the square footage of the room

Multiply the length of the room times the width.

Find the area of a floor with width 4x+2 and length 3x-5

Sq ft- length X width Area- length x width x height

length(2)+width(2)=square feet

A =Lw....A- areal - lengthw - width