Math and Arithmetic

Flooring

Area

123

With 9 square feet in a square yard.... 760 x 9 = 6840 square feet

How many square feet in box of hardwood pride flooring

186 square feet, 190 to be safe.

552 square feet (12 x 46 = 552).

Approximately 408.33 square feet.

100 square feet. This is an easy calculation - just multiply the length by the width. The answer is the number of square feet.

252 square feet. This is an easy calculation - just multiply the length by the width. The answer is the number of square feet.

It will cover an area of approximately 408.33 square feet.

That depends on the laminate flooring that is being purchased. There are many factor from sizes and numbers that would be needed to determine this, however the side of the box always specifies how many square feet there are.

Measure the square's in, Area, Perimeter and centimeter squared

26 i am pretty sure :)

I need to know how many things of wood flooring I need to buy each box is 15 square feet.150 square feet. Multiply length by width - the result is the area in square feet.

The same as it is anywhere else on the house. A square is 100 square feet. It is a measurement that is used with siding or flooring also.

At least 190 square feet to be on the safe side. The exact amount is 186.37 square feet.

Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 253 square feet, but allow for spoilage and edging.

288 sq ft but carpet and vinyl flooring comes in sq yds you need 32 sq yds + waste 15%

17 x 17 = 289 sq feet.

144 square inches = 1 square foot 128" x 128" = 16,384 square inches = 1137/9 square feet. You need to buy at least 114 square feet.

what are the dimensions of the room? Is it square? Assuming it's square, 32ft perimeter means 8 foot walls. 8 foot walls means 64 square feet of flooring. Assuming it's a rectangle with the long wall of 10 feet and the short wall of 6 feet, then it's 60 square feet of flooring.

Convert measurements to yards and then multiply them

You'll need 150 square feet. Without knowing what type of flooring you're considering, we can't get more specific. If you're considering something that comes in a box, it will say on the box how many square feet one box will cover. Divide that number into 150 to find out how many boxes you'll need. It's a good idea to add 10% extra.

Multiply the two dimensions to get the area. The calculation will give you 144 square feet. Be sure to allow for wastage and bad pieces.

10 ft * 10 ft = 100 square feet $0.99 * 100 square feet = $99

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The answer to this question depends on knowing one square foot of what (flooring, carpeting, a house?) and where it's located.

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