Q: How big is 10001 sqft?

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yes always it a big 16 sqft.

Base it off : 12" thick a yard of concrete will go 27sqft. 6" thick will go twice as many sqft so 54 sqft. 4" thick will go 3 times as many sqft so 81 sqft 2" thick will go 6 times as many sqft so 162 sqft and at 1" thick it will go 324 sqft. So at 5" thick...1 yard of concrete will go 67.5 sqft

10001 is not a prime number (it is 73 x 137)The "first 5-digit prime number" is 10007.

It depends on how many square feet the box will cover. I found two different brands: one covered 22.93 sqft, the other 17.59 sqft. your room is 12' x 14' = 168 sq.ft so 168 sqft / (22.93 sqft / box) = 7.32 boxes for my first example and 168 sqft / (17.59 sqft / box) = 9.55 boxes for my 2nd example Hope this helps

in binary 10=2 101 =5 1010 = 10 2+5+10 =17 17 =10001 in binary 10001 is answer ^^

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yes always it a big 16 sqft.

43,560 square feet = 1 acre 10,001 square feet = 0.2296 acre (rounded)

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10001

10001 = 73 x 137

Binary of 17 is 10001. 1710 = 10001 2 1810 = 100102

10001

If 10001 = 19, it is in an irregular non-integral base. (In binary, 10001 = 17, 10011=19, and 10100 = 20.)

4,144.1 sqft

It's the same as a room 1 ft wide, 2600 ft long.

The biggest i have seen is a 22000 sqft home built in NC US.

10001 + 567 - 900 = 9668