1. Determine what you need to measure in linear feet. For example, if you know the square footage of a room, you may need to figure just the width of the room to know if your bed
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Linear Feet and Square Feet. Linear feet and square feet are different units of measure. Linear feet (or simply feet) measure the length of an object or the perimeter of something
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1. Linear feet is used to denote length. If you are determining linear feet from a plan, you will simply need to add the length of different pieces together. If you are taking measurements
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1. Use the tape measure to measure the length of the area. Measure at the longest part of your lawn. 2. Measure the width of the area at the widest point. 3. Multiply the width by
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