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# How many square feet are in a room that is 18X18?

The math is pretty straight forward 18 times 18 is 324 square feet

if you are interested in square yards for flooring it would be 18X18=324 then divide by 9 for sq Yard's= 324/9=36 sq yards

in carpet or vinyl a 12'X27 would be enough square feet but would need a bit more for pattern matching and trim waste..

If you are figuring for flooring please remember that 324 is the NET flooring area. some waste is always a part of the project.

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## Related Questions

Assuming that your measurements are in ft and you are wanting square yards:Your answer is 81 square yardsConversions:1 yard = 3 feetCalculations:18 / 3 = 99 * 9 = 81

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