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Q: What is the square footage of area 12ftX12FT?

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If the square footage refers to floor area, yes.

Square footage of a building usually refers to the total square footage of floor area.

The formula for calculating square footage is a=S2 (a = area and s = side) Example, to calculate the square footage of a room that is 15 feet wide and 12 long, you would multiply 15 x 12, which will give you the square footage.

Area in square feet = pi*radius2

18' x 16' = 288 (square feet).

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If the square footage refers to floor area, yes.

144 square feet. Multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.

144ft² = 13.4m²

Square footage of a building usually refers to the total square footage of floor area.

The square footage of a lot measuring 81x180x113x180 is 20,340 square feet. Square footage is found by multiplying the length by the width of an area.

Canada's area is 107,474,089,000,000 square feet.

Square footage is a measure of an area. It is usually for areas for which square feet is a sensible measurement unit, such as a room, or a house. However, we have had people asking about the square footage of countries!

If you mean a circle then its square footage formula is: pi*radius2

You can't, a hole has volume and thefore needs to be measured in cubic footage. Square footage is a measure of area not volume.

Unless you have a flat roof, no; the surface area of the roof will be larger than the ground area of the building.

The square footage of a rectangular area is the product of its width and length. The area of a 5 foot by 12 foot rectangle is 60 square feet.

Square footage is all living area regardless of which or how many floors.

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