How to Measure a Linear Foot?

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In order for you to measure a linear foot, you need to measure the distance of one dimension (length) in the unit of measurement known as feet.
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A linear foot just means measuring in a straight line as opposed to an area which would be cubic feet. So a linear foot is equal to 12 inches.
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A 12 inch ruler is a linear foot. Some but not all people today use the term linear foot, to distinguish between a Square foot,or a cubic foot. As an example, If I say the room is
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