Q: How many square yards of carpet is needed for a 15x20 room?

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I assume that the 15x20 is already in yards. That says that the room is a square that is 15 yards on one set of parallel sides and 20 yards on the other set of parallel sides. To find the square yards of the room, you simply multiply 15 yards and 20 yards. 15 yards x 20 yards = 300 square yards.

32 square feet of carpet. Elementary my dear. Elementary

400 square yards. This is because there are 9 square feet in a square yard, and there are 3600 square feet of carpet needed to cover the 60' x 60' floor.

14 square yards (assuming you are purchasing whole square yards)

15 x 10 = 150 square yards

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133.33 square yards of carpet

You would need 100 square yards of carpet. 15x20=300 square feet and there are 3 feet in one yard so... 300/3=100 square yards. -------------------------------------- Math: 15 feet X 20 feet = 300 Square feet There are 9 square feet (3feetX3feet) in a square yard - 300 / 9 = 33 1/3

186.6 square yards of carpet are needed.

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784 square feet requires a minimum of 87.1 square yards of carpet.

I assume that the 15x20 is already in yards. That says that the room is a square that is 15 yards on one set of parallel sides and 20 yards on the other set of parallel sides. To find the square yards of the room, you simply multiply 15 yards and 20 yards. 15 yards x 20 yards = 300 square yards.

13' x 15' (195 square feet) = 21.67 square yards of carpet needed.

28' x 14' (392 square feet) = 43.5 square yards of carpet needed.

20 square yards

32 square feet of carpet. Elementary my dear. Elementary

30

13.333 square yards.