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Q: How many square feet is a normal kitchen counter top?

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To figure that out you simply multiply:15ft x 12ft = 180ft2And divide:180ft2 / 1ft2 = 180Norman needs 180 tiles.

154 square feet.

10279 square feet.

No. They are quite different. They are the same only in the case of one square foot and one foot square. One square foot is a square, one foot on a side. Ten square feet is an area equal to ten of these square feet. Ten feet square is a square, ten feet per side. Ten square feet contains an area of ten square feet. Ten feet square contains an area of 100 square feet.

About 430.5 square feet. (430.556417 square feet)

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13.5 square feet.

it depends on how big your kitchen is. Our kitchen is maybe 12 or 13 feet squared, 2/4 of it kitchen essentials. we don't have an island, but if we did we would get rid of our counter top. our counter top is 3 feet maybe. I'm no carpenter or whatever but do measurements. Make it a fraction of how big your kitchen is. For our kitchen, our thing must be 1/4 the space. I'm not sure about your home or how much stuff you put on your counter or island, but if I were you, I'd contact a professional.

Measure length and width, in inches, multiply together to get square inches, then divide by 144 to get square feet

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