You should be charged for the bigger piece !
That'll depend on what you're covering them with. A lot of square feet if you're covering them with 2000 pounds of silk or styrofoam, not many square feet if you're covering them with 2000 pounds of lead or stones or gold.
square or rectangular and in line with the jointing pattern
North Carolina has a total area covering 53,819 square miles.
This pattern is a sequence of shapes -- circle, square, circle, square, circle
Planet Mars has a surface area covering 1.447985 × 1014 square meters.
A square covering 320 acres has a diagonal measurement of 5,280 feet or one mile.
The total area of Aroostook is 6,829 square miles, with land covering 6,672 square miles and water 157 square miles.
South Australia is Australia's third-largest state covering 984400 square Killometers (380000 square miles).
Houston, TX has a land area covering 600 (599.6) square miles.
Yes. There is a pattern in square numbers. They are fun to play with.
The Antarctic Desert is huge covering 14,000,000 square kilometers or 5,600,000 square miles. There are many much smaller deserts.
The answer depends on the units used for 7 and 9. It should be obvious to you that the square footage of a 7 ft x 9 ft area will be somewhat different form that of city covering 7 miles x 9 miles!