Hi, Check out the web site for The Money Pit, they have on-line calculators to help you. A 100 sq/ft room would be 10' x 10'. Each wall is 9' high, so each wall would be 90 sq/ft for a total wall space of 360 sq ft.
The cost to paint an average size room (10X12) ranges from $380-$790, not including ceilings, trim or cost of the paint. If you do it yourself, this can cost between $200-$300. Rooms with high ceilings cost more.
room is in cuboid shape, so by calculating length(L),breadth(B),height(H) we can find area by formula AREA=L*B*H
length times width so if you have a room that is 10 ft by 10 ft then your room is 100 square feet 10 x10 =100
144 square feet.
The square footage of the room is 9.5*10.5 = 99.75 square feet. The height of the room is irrelevant.
960 cubic feet
The Esperanto words for space and room are spaco and cambro.
6 and 2/3 gal.
Your photography instructor; wondering why the heck the lights are on in the dark room.
Space has no walls, windows, or doors (the 'move around' space, not the 'outer' space). The 'move around' space is also called 'room' (like 'room' to move around).
that question is way to vague. trim, doors windows ceilings all come in to play. the price could be anywhere from 200 to 500 dollars.
formula for arr- total room revenue ARR= ------------------------------ total occupied room
Depends on the ceiling or the room itself. Ceilings are measured and estimated to be from about 7 ft tall to 14 ft tall.
You figure it out
you have to figure it out yourself
'The field', it can also mean 'the room' or 'the space' in certain context, such as "We don't have 'the room/the space' for that"
I would but you could add crown molding and different colored paints to give the ceiling a higher appearance.
kha-DAHR (That's 'room' like 'bedroom' or 'dining room', not like 'space' which would be ma-KOM.)
To find the number of marbles that fill the room, you need to figure the room's dimensions and the size of the marbles to be used. You will then figure the area.
I hang light poly sheet all around the room, heavy poly sheet on the floor and spray it with a Wagner sprayer.
Unless you have a very large living room, only one couch is necessary for a typical living room space.
Square feet = Length in Feet x Width in Feet For example: 10' x 8' = 80 sq. ft But say the room isn't square... for example, you want to include the size of the closet. Break the room up into squares... 10' x 8' = 80 sq. ft (for just the room) 5' x 3' = 15 sq. ft. (for just the closet) So the sq. ft. for the complete room (including the closet) is 95 sq. ft. (80+15).