Q: What can you build from 1000 board feet?

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1000 feet remains 1000 feet if the distance is measured in feet.

You can make 500 feet of shelving that's 2 feet wide and 1 inch thick, but you'll need some more materials to assemble it with.

It is 1000 feet because 300 yards = 900 feet

linear feet is exactly what it sounds like... the length of the board, 12 feet. board feet is based on a board 1x12 by I ft, so this would be 6 board feet because it is 1/2 the with for calculating board feet.

Board feet can be determined when you have 3 dimensions for the board, but not with just two.

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1000 feet remains 1000 feet if the distance is measured in feet.

You can make 500 feet of shelving that's 2 feet wide and 1 inch thick, but you'll need some more materials to assemble it with.

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1 x 8 x 16 board has a thickness of 1 in, 8 in width, and 16 in length. To cover an area of 1000 square feet the thickness does not play a part, it is irrelevant. Need to convert 8 in and 16 in to feet. 8 in = 2/3 feet 16 in = 1 and 4/12 feet = 1 and 1/3 feet = 4/3 feet Hence are of one board is (2/3) x (4/3) = 8/9 square feet Therefore number of boards needed = (1000) / (8/9) = (1000 x 9) / 8 = 125 x 9 which is equal to 1125 boards

1,200 board feet.

cubic feet x 12 = board feet

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Board feet are a measurement of volume. Length x Width x Thickness / 144 = board feet.

Ah, what a happy little question! When you have a rectangle that's 20 feet long and 50 feet wide, you can find the square footage by multiplying those two numbers together. So, 20 multiplied by 50 equals 1000 square feet of space to fill with all sorts of wonderful creations. Just imagine all the beautiful landscapes you could paint in that much room!