How to Figure Linear Feet?

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Linear feet and regular feet are the same unit of measurement. To figure out how many feet something is when given linear feet, one should remember that the number is the same.
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Linear feet means just the plain old basic standard of measure. Measure length then measure width. Add them together and you the linear feet.
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Linear feet are the same as regular feet. No conversion is necessary. If
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