Q: How many can sit at 9 foot table?

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0.75 foot 1 foot = 12 inches 9 inches: = 9 inches * 1 foot/12 inches = 9/12 or 3/4 = 0.75 foot

9

All you do is multiply 9 by 9 ...

108 because you multiply 9 by 12 inches from th foot and get 108

9 x 18 = 162 ft.2

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For a 9 foot table you should get a 10 foot table runner. This will allow a portion of the runner to hang off each side, as it should.

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If it is 4 foot 9 or 12 it an sit in the front

Regulation size pool tables are 8 foot, oversize 8 foot, and 9 foot. The other 2 common sizes are 7 foot and 10 foot. Sizes below 7 foot are rarely built to the standards required for proper play. 12 foot tables have been built but are not for regular use.

Yes.

8 or 4 foot 9

The farther that a ball has to travel, the more accurate the shot has must be to be successful. A ball that is within inches of a pocket is difficult to miss on any table. On a 7 foot table, the long shots may have to travel 78 inches. On a 9 foot table, this moves up to 99 inches. A slightly bad long shot that still makes it in the pocket on a 7 foot table will miss the pocket by a lot on a 9 foot table. This is because the farther you get from the point of contact, the more accurate you have to be to make the same shot.

The table is measured from rail to rail, the playing surface. The regulation pool table sizes will measure 100 inches by 50 inches (9 foot table) or 88 inches by 44 inches (8 foot table) or 92 inches by 46 inches (oversize 8 foot table).

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The table must be 9 foot long by 5 foot wide and 30 inches high. In order to meet regulation standards, it must also be either green or blue in color.

One foot is 12 inches. The answer is 9

0.75 foot 1 foot = 12 inches 9 inches: = 9 inches * 1 foot/12 inches = 9/12 or 3/4 = 0.75 foot