How to Convert Board Feet into Square Feet?

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Portion the width (W) and breadth (T) of the board in inches. Ration the length (L) of the board in inches and divide it by 12. Compute the following expression to calculate board feet: (W x T) x (L ÷ 12) = board feet. Divide the number of board feet by the thickness of the board. This will give you the square footage of the board.
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