If each roll comprises n sq feet then you will need [500/n] rolls, rounded UP to the next whole number. So for example, 4.1 rolls is 5 rolls, not the nearest whole number.
The 12 x 20 foot room has an area of 240 square feet, and the 15 x 15 foot room has an area of 225 square feet. That's 465 square feet of carpet. But hold the phone. Carpet is generally sold by the square yard, and a square yard is 9 square feet (as 3 feet x 3 feet is 9 square feet). The 465 square feet of floor is 51.666... or 52 square yards of carpet. It might be necessary to buy some "extra" area depending on the width of the "stock" roll of carpet from which the desired pattern/color of carpet is going to be cut.
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The square based pyramid does not stack or roll.
A single roll of insulation typically covers from 40 to 50 square feet. Coverage areas vary depending on the product manufacturer and type of blanket insulation.So the answer is: 50 square feet
how many square feet is in a roll of rolled roofinl
37.5 square feet.
The roll has 12.5 square feet of material.
86.1 square feet.
300 square feet.
8,435 sq. feet
That depends upon the length and width of each roll. Ask your sod supplier for the length and width of each roll multiply those two dimensions in feet together to get square feet of each roll. For example, if each roll is 3 feet wide by 20 feet long, then multiply those two dimensions to get 60 square feet per roll. Divide the total of 900 square feet by 60 square feet per roll to get 15 rolls.
A 1 sq roll should cover 100 sq feet
270 square feet.
675 square feet. To calculate square feet simply multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.