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Q: How do you get the square footage of a room that is six foot wide and fourteen foot long?

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A room's dimensions are not dictated by square footage. For example it might be one foot wide and 4400 feet long, or 220 feet long and 20 feet wide. It could assume any shape: oval, round, square, etc. Square footage is a measurement of area.

Determine length (linear) and how wide is it. Multiply the length times the width and this will give you the total area or square footage. Here is another example: A product is sold by the 20 foot long (linear feet) roll. The specifications state that the product is 2 foot wide x 20 feet long. It is in fact 20 ft. x 2 ft. wide or 40 square feet per roll.

One square foot is simply a square with sides 1 foot long

A square with sides that are one foot long. It has a perimeter of 4 feet and an area of 1 square foot.

40inch = 3.33 foot 48 inch = 4 foot so 4 x 4 x 3.33 = 53.328 or 53 and a third cubic feet - as you have three measurements it needs to be in cubic feet either that or the pallet square footage is based only on 40 x 48 3.33 x 4 = 13.32 square feet

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73.5 square feet.

20ft X 6.25ft = 62.5 ft2

The square footage, as in the area? Roughly 183.1 sq. ft.

Square footage is the length multiplied by the width of an area in feet. Imagine this. You have a square piece of fabric (or tile, or wood, or whatever) that is exactly 1 foot long and 1 foot wide, meaning it is perfectly square. The number of these square pieces that you can fit into an area is the measurement in square feet. Of course, if the area is not perfectly squared or rectangled or evenly rounded to the nearest foot, you would have some leftover space using this description. This is why is it better to use the equation of length times width for each section and then adding each sections' square footage together to figure the total square footage.

A room's dimensions are not dictated by square footage. For example it might be one foot wide and 4400 feet long, or 220 feet long and 20 feet wide. It could assume any shape: oval, round, square, etc. Square footage is a measurement of area.

Determine length (linear) and how wide is it. Multiply the length times the width and this will give you the total area or square footage. Here is another example: A product is sold by the 20 foot long (linear feet) roll. The specifications state that the product is 2 foot wide x 20 feet long. It is in fact 20 ft. x 2 ft. wide or 40 square feet per roll.

The area of a rectangle that's 22-ft long and 6-ft wide is 132 square feet.

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

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.

TO determine square footage you would multiply the length by the width. Therefore a 120 square foot room would be 12 by 10.

330 square feet

11 x 13 = 143 square feet

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