Q: What is the square footage of a 16 x 16 foot room?

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16 foot circle = 110.48 sq. feet

12 foot x 12 foot is 16 square yards

To find the area of a room measuring 16 feet x 10 feet, multiply the length by the width, the answer is 160 square feet.

To get the square footage you simply multiply the length times the width. This means your room has a total of 320 sq ft. (floor space). This is the measurement for one plane (the floor), not the entire volume of the room.

14 feet times 16 feet are 224 square feet. Assuming you are using the American method of determining pitch, ie., 8 inch rise per 1 foot run, you need 346.1326 square feet of roofing. It must be just a coincidence, but I got the same result with the ridgeline on the 16 foot length or the 14 foot width.

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

You need the height othe room also. Then you multiply 16x16 and then by 4 bc they are four walls in the room.

16 foot circle = 110.48 sq. feet

16*16 = 256 square feet

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384 square feet.

The surface area of a rectangle that is 11 feet by 16 feet would be 11 times 16, or 176 square feet.

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16 by 9 is equal to 16 times 9....which is 144

16 * 12 = 192 sq feet.

It is 16 times 10 = 160 square feet