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256 square feet. Multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.

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016 square yards equals 144 square feet.

160 square feet. Multiply length by width to get square feet.

160 square feet. Multiply length by width to get square feet.

9 times 16 equals 144.A square that is 9 feet by 16 feet is 144 feet.144 is also called a gross when counting items.

You simply multiply the two measurements: 21 x 16 = 336 (square feet).

10' x 16' = 10*16 = 160 square feet

16 feet x 28 feet equals 448 square feet.

16' x 16' = 256 square feet.

A square four feet long on each side will have an area of sixteen square feet.

20 linear feet would be "length", 3 feet would be width. To get square feet, multiply length by width.

16 square meters is 172.22 square feet.

There are 1.48645 square meters in 16 square feet.

16 x 12 = 192 square feet.

13 x 16 = 208 square feet.

There are 16 times 15 = 240 square feet

16*24 = 384 square feet.

16 acres = 696,960 square feet.

16*16 = 256 square feet

16 by 16 means multiplying 16 and 16 together, yielding 162 = 256 square feet.

10 feet times 16 feet = 160 square feet

156 square feet

570,374 square miles. 570,374 square miles equals 15,917,841,561,600 or almost 16 trillion square feet

One acre has 43,560 square feet. Multiply that be 16 will give you a total of 696,960 square feet.

Square feet = length by width ONLY Cubic feet = length by width by height Square feet = 16 x 16 = 256 square feet Cubic feet = 16 x 16 x 16 = 4096 cubic feet

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