How many sq feet in a room 50x50?
The answer depends on the units used for 50*50. It should be obvious to anybody that the area of a 50 ft * 50 ft room will be quite different to that of a 50 hectometre * 50 hectometre room, for example.
50ft x 50ft = 2,500 square feet
If the given dimensions are in feet then there are 50 times 50 = 2,500 square feet
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assuming those numbers are in feet:\n. \n10 ft * 20 ft = 200 sq. ft.
... kinda obvious. You find the area! Multiply 12x26!
13ft*15ft = 195 square ft. 13 times 15 = 195 as any calculator will tell you (or you can do it in your head - 10 times 15 = 150, 3 times 15 =45 add together = 195)
To find the area of a rectangular room, take one side's measurement and multiply it by the other's sides measurement.. In this case, the square feet would equal:. 50' x 12' …= 600 square feet
Assuming both 12's are feet, you get 144ft 2
144 square feet = 16 square yards .
480 on the floor, another 480 on the ceiling. Also, many more of them on the walls, but in order to calculate those, we need to know the height of the room.
12 feet = 3.6576 metres 3.6576 x 3.6576 = 13.38 sqm
336 square feet ( 24 x 14 = 336 ) is equivalent to about 31.2 square meters .
13X12=156 sq ft.
56. 7 x 8 = 56. thats why its 7x8
240 sq feet.
3'7" x 6' room. Convert to fraction (or decimal, not shown) -- remember each foot has 12 in (3 ft+7/12 ft) x 6 ft Distribute the 6 ft: 3*6 ft + 7*6/12 ft Add and s…implify: 18 ft + 42/12ft = 18 ft + 3.5 ft = 21.5 ft^2 Answer is: 21.5 sq ft
There are an infinite number of feet in a 500 SQUARE feet room. A foot has no width so has zero area and so no matter how many you have you will NEVER cover an AREA … of 500 SQUARE feet.
Multiply the length by the width.