Question about Linear Office Equipment & Supplies

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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It depends on the width of the building. Example: If the building is 10 feet wide (10 ft wide x 42 linear ft = 420 sq ft) or (420 sq ft divided by 10 ft wide = 42 linear ft.) the linear feet is 42. If the building is 20 feet wide (20 ft wide x 21 ft wide = 420 sq ft) or (420 sq ft divided by 20 ft wide = 21 linear ft.) the linear feet is 21.

Jun 21, 2017 | Linear Office Equipment & Supplies

You get square feet by multiplying linear feet with another linear feet. 18 sq.ft = 3 lin ft x 6 lin ft or 2 lin ft x 9 lin feet or 4,5 lin ft x 4lin feet.

Sq ft is used to quantify surface area where linear feet quantify distance but lin ft x lin ft gives you square ft (surface area)

Sq ft is used to quantify surface area where linear feet quantify distance but lin ft x lin ft gives you square ft (surface area)

Mar 07, 2016 | Office Equipment & Supplies

A total of 63 linear inches is 5 ft 3 in, or 5.25 linear ft.

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Dec 03, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall. FAQ What is linear feet How do convert it to feet FAQ What is linear feet How do convert it to feet

Nov 24, 2015 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

19" . Linear is length.

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall. It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

Applies to inches also.

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall. It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

Applies to inches also.

Aug 30, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

The following should give a good idea what is. HINT: It is 12 linear inches.

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall.

It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

There are times when the term Linear is used, and times when it is not. I'll give some examples of them.

First a definition. Linear means "a straight line" so a straight line from point A to point B is the linear distance.

One example would be... It is 2200 linear miles from Seattle to Washington DC. But if you were to drive from Seattle to Washington DC, you would have to drive 2700 miles. The linear distance is a straight line from point A to point B, and Freeways rarely are straight.

Another good example would be boards, wire fencing, and rolls of cloth, all of which are often sold in linear feet. That just means they are not taking the width into account. If you bought 100 linear feet of lumber, laying them down end to end would stretch for 100 feet, it wouldn't matter how wide the boards were. If you were to multiply the width of the board, or the width of the roll of cloth, times the linear length, you would get the area.

The same applies for linear yards, linear meters, etc

Linear feet (often called Lineal feet) are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If something is 6 linear feet tall, it is 6 feet tall.

It should be noted, that the correct term is Linear, since Lineal refers to a line of ancestry, not to length.

There are times when the term Linear is used, and times when it is not. I'll give some examples of them.

First a definition. Linear means "a straight line" so a straight line from point A to point B is the linear distance.

One example would be... It is 2200 linear miles from Seattle to Washington DC. But if you were to drive from Seattle to Washington DC, you would have to drive 2700 miles. The linear distance is a straight line from point A to point B, and Freeways rarely are straight.

Another good example would be boards, wire fencing, and rolls of cloth, all of which are often sold in linear feet. That just means they are not taking the width into account. If you bought 100 linear feet of lumber, laying them down end to end would stretch for 100 feet, it wouldn't matter how wide the boards were. If you were to multiply the width of the board, or the width of the roll of cloth, times the linear length, you would get the area.

The same applies for linear yards, linear meters, etc

Jan 12, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Linear means long. Height has nothing to do with linear. If I have 2 sidewalks, one 8 feet wide 30 feet long, other 2 feet wide 30 feet long. They are each 30 linear feet.

Nov 07, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

2 Linear feet of 6" Material would make 1 Sq Ft.

so 1200 linear feet should do it.

so 1200 linear feet should do it.

Sep 16, 2014 | Pavilion Wood Decking Exotic Cumaru /...

Linear feet is just the length of the fence in feet.

Linear just means how many straight feet it is.

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Linear just means how many straight feet it is.

Hope this helps.

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Thank you.

Sep 02, 2014 | Home Fencing

It equals zero square feet.

Linear feet is only one dimension (length). You need 2 dimensions to calculate square feet. In other words, you need *width* also.

But IF you're asking how many square feet is 9 linear feet (long)*by* 9 linear feet (wide), then the answer is 81.

Linear feet is only one dimension (length). You need 2 dimensions to calculate square feet. In other words, you need *width* also.

But IF you're asking how many square feet is 9 linear feet (long)

Jul 23, 2014 | Building Materials

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