Q: How many sq ft is 10 ft x 10 ft?

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30 x 10 = 300 sq. ft. 10*30=300 therefore it is 300 sq. ft.

sq yards = (8/3) x (10/3) = 80/9 = 8.889 sq yards ~ 9 sq yards

12 ft x 10 ft = 120 sq ft = 11.148 sq metres

The answer has a meaning only in 4-dimensional space. 10 sq ft * 7 sq ft = 70 quartic feet.

660 x 660 = 435,600. There are 43,560 sq ft per acre. So, we would divide 435,6000 by 43,560 which is exactly 10. So, the answer is 10 acres.

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30 x 10 = 300 sq. ft. 10*30=300 therefore it is 300 sq. ft.

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15 x 10 = 150 (sq ft).

1 ft = 12 inches 1 sq ft = 12 x 12 = 144 sq in 10 sq ft = 10 x 144 = 1440 sq in

12 inches = 1 foot Each paver is 1 sq. ft. 10 ft. x 10 ft. = 100 sq. ft. 100 sq. ft. divided by 1 sq. ft. = 100 pavers

10 x 33 = 330.

A "square" of shingles is 10 ft x 10 ft totaling 100 sq ft. So, the amount you will need would be 60ft x 30ft = 1800 sq ft/100 sq ft = 18 sq Good luck.

sq yards = (8/3) x (10/3) = 80/9 = 8.889 sq yards ~ 9 sq yards

10 sq ft * 15 sq ft = 150 ft4, a hyper-volume in four-dimensional space.

12 ft x 10 ft = 120 sq ft = 11.148 sq metres