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To calculate the area of a room in **square feet**, measure the length and width of the room in **feet**, then multiply these figures together to give an area in ft². For example, a room measuring 12 ft x 15 ft would be described as having an area of 180 ft² (12 x 15 = 180).

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Oct 30, 2017 | Miscellaneous

One variety of answer would be to say that the full perimeter is 2x(80+14) = 188 linear feet. Since you're posting in Cars and Trailers, I'm taking this to be a long movable trailer instead of a Mobile Home Park type trailer. Take out what would be there for wheel area. Then divide by the length of the cinderblock. For a 18" cinderblock (1.5 feet), 188 / 1.5 = 125-1/3 blocks. If it's just blocks, 125 may squeeze in. If you're talking about building a wall, figure in another 1/2" for mortar between, which will take you to about 122 (no allowance for wheels). If this is a mobile home type trailer and the blocks are what the trailer is resting on, then it'll be a little more involved, depending on the width of the blocks for when you turn the corners. In general, it'll be 120-122 blocks per layer, times how many block heights there will be to the height you want the home to be at.

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Nov 11, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

Chicken???

11 is a prime number so the only number it is divisible by is 1 or itself. So if it was a piece of material it would measure 11 feet by 1 foot so the perimeter is the sum of the four sides (11+11+1+1) which equals 24 feet.

If it was circular the perimeter would be a little over 23.

11 is a prime number so the only number it is divisible by is 1 or itself. So if it was a piece of material it would measure 11 feet by 1 foot so the perimeter is the sum of the four sides (11+11+1+1) which equals 24 feet.

If it was circular the perimeter would be a little over 23.

Oct 20, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Area - 18655.41 Sq Ft

Perimeter =564 Feet

Perimeter =564 Feet

Sep 21, 2015 | Office Equipment & Supplies

Area=width*length

Perimeter=2(l+w)

What combination of two numbers multiplied together equal equal 42? 1*42 / 2*21 / 3*14 / 4*13 / no 5 / 6*7

Add any two sets of numbers and multiply by 2 (l+w).

Very quickly you will see that numbers 6 & 7 are the answer.

It is not common core, but it works without deriving a complex algebraic formula.

Perimeter=2(l+w)

What combination of two numbers multiplied together equal equal 42? 1*42 / 2*21 / 3*14 / 4*13 / no 5 / 6*7

Add any two sets of numbers and multiply by 2 (l+w).

Very quickly you will see that numbers 6 & 7 are the answer.

It is not common core, but it works without deriving a complex algebraic formula.

Mar 02, 2015 | Computers & Internet

Since acre is a measure of area and feet is a measure of distance, you need to calculate the perimeter of a lot with an area of half an acre. Here are the formulas:

1. If the lot is a square (all 4 sides of equal length), multiply the length of one side by 4, to get the # of feet required to walk a half acre piece of land.

2. If the lot is rectangle: (heightx2)+(widthx2).

3. If the lot is a triangle, add up all three sides.

1. If the lot is a square (all 4 sides of equal length), multiply the length of one side by 4, to get the # of feet required to walk a half acre piece of land.

2. If the lot is rectangle: (heightx2)+(widthx2).

3. If the lot is a triangle, add up all three sides.

Dec 09, 2014 | Visual Land Audio Players & Recorders

It depends on the shape of the property.

The minimum amount will be about 1975 feet if the property is circular. If it's square you'll need about 2228 feet. If the property is 310,365 feet by one foot then you need 620,732 feet.

The minimum amount will be about 1975 feet if the property is circular. If it's square you'll need about 2228 feet. If the property is 310,365 feet by one foot then you need 620,732 feet.

Mar 25, 2014 | PetSafe "Radio Fence Ultralight Receiver,...

If that is a **right rectangular prism**

Volume =14*12*3 c.f.

For the area here is the formula.

Total area of right rectangular prism =**2*A_b +P_b*h**

**A_b**= area of base (take 14*12 feet squares)

**P_b** is perimeter of base (14+12)*2 =52 ft.

**h** is the height (3 ft)

Lateral area =P_b*h=52*3 feet square

Add all areas.

Volume =14*12*3 c.f.

For the area here is the formula.

Total area of right rectangular prism =

Lateral area =P_b*h=52*3 feet square

Add all areas.

Mar 05, 2013 | SoftMath Algebrator - Algebra Homework...

In general, for best image quality and bestexperience you need 32 inches TV for every three meters. For example if in yourliving room your distance from the screen is 6 meters the recommended foryou is 64 inches. I've attached a table with exact s and ranges for yourconvenience Screen Viewing distance range 26" 3.25 - 5.5 feet 32" 4.0 - 6.66 feet 37" 4.63 - 7.71 feet 40" 5.0 - 8.33 feet 42" 5.25 - 8.75 feet 46" 5.75 - 9.5 feet 50" 6.25 - 10.5 feet 52" 6.5 - 10.8 feet 55" 6.9 - 11.5 feet 58" 7.25 - 12 feet 65" 8.13 - 13.5 feet 70" 8.75 - 14.75 feet

Jul 29, 2012 | Furniture

you cant walk in square feet as this is an area.

you walk in linear feet. a straight line.

if you walk 26 linear feet in 10 strides then your stride length is 2.6 feet or 2 and a half feet per step.

you walk in linear feet. a straight line.

if you walk 26 linear feet in 10 strides then your stride length is 2.6 feet or 2 and a half feet per step.

Oct 13, 2010 | Gaiam Walking Fit Kit Pedometer...

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