Q: How do you divide a square into 16 equal parts?

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One square foot is equal to 0.09290304 square metres. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 16 square metres is equal to 16/0.09290304 = 172.22 square feet.

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16, a square number, is a factor of 96. Divide 96 by 16 and you know have 4 (Square root of 16) times the square root of 6.

Divide by 16= 112/16 pounds

The area of a rectangle that measures 12-ft by 16-ft is never equal to a square foot. It's always equal to 192 of them.

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No. You can only divide a square into 4, 9, 16 etc (i.e. they must be square numbers.

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Divide by 9

One square foot is equal to 0.09290304 square metres. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 16 square metres is equal to 16/0.09290304 = 172.22 square feet.

0.1667

21 divide by 16 = 1.3125 inches

16, a square number, is a factor of 96. Divide 96 by 16 and you know have 4 (Square root of 16) times the square root of 6.

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Divide by 16= 112/16 pounds

The area of a rectangle that measures 12-ft by 16-ft is never equal to a square foot. It's always equal to 192 of them.

You can divide it by 4 (4 being 16's square root). Or you can divide it by 8. Also you can divide it by 2 because all even numbers are divisible by 2.

16 square feet is about 14,864.5 sq. centimeters.