There are: 4*3*3 = 36 cubic yards Remember: 3 feet = 1 yard
10.0 sq metres.
10.81159128 square meter
15x9 = 135 squared feet
11.03 sq metres, approx.
9 * 12 = 108 sq ft.
It depends how deep you go. If you do 2 inches deep the area will require at least 0.7 cubic yards (about 1,710 pounds) of gravel.
Area of a rectangle equals length times width. A = l x w = 9ft x 7ft = 63ft2
Assuming it's a box shape, the volume will be 11 x 12 x 9 = 1,188 ft3, or, in cubic metres, 33.64 m3.
its 12ft x 9ft and 72" high
first you need to convert all of the measurements into one units. Lets use ft as the universal unit in this case. 8ft = 8ft (Obviously!) 2in = 1/6ft 3yd = 9ft 8ft by (1/6)ft by 9ft = 12ft Volume = 12ft
how many square yards of carpet will they need for a dining room9ft and 12ft, a hall 3ft and 6ft, a living room 12f and 15ft
More important, what is the question? Four different lengths do not define a rectangle.
Your answer is 108 square ft of carpet. 9ft * 12ft = 108 sq ft
81 square feet (9 x 9 = 81).
12 ft x 9 ft = 108 sq ft = 10.03 sq metres.
No because 4 yards = 12ft which is greater than 9ft
That's a metric area of 6.10 x 2.75 metres - a total of 16.775 square metres.
The actual measurement usually given is 9ft by 4.5ft, as there is nothing associated with pool and billiards that is referred to as 9ft x 5ft. And even the 9ft x 4.5ft isn't correct. A 9 foot pool table, described as 9ftx4.5ft, has outside dimensions of about 112 inches by 62 inches. This is actually very close to the 9ft x 5ft that was asked about.
If you assume that the area in question is a rectangle, then Perimeter = 2*(L+ B) = 2*(9 + 6) = 2*15 = 30 feet Area = L*B = 9*6 = 54 square feet
254.47 square feet.
63.62 square feet.
5.02 sq metres, approx.
9 ft square means a square of 9ft sides. The area will be 81 square feet