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Multiply the width by the length to get the square footage of a square or rectangular object.

## Square Footage Calculator - Calculator Soup

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Calculate square footage, square meters or square yardage for home or construction project. Calculate square feet, meters or yards for flooring, carpet, or tiling ...

## Square Footage Calculator | Square Footage .org

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Directions: Enter any combination of feet and/or inches into the calculator below. You can use this square footage calculator to calculate siding square footage or ...

## Volume Formulas - Math.com

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Volume Formulas. Note: "ab" means "a" multiplied by "b". "a<sup>2</sup>" means "a squared" , which is the same as "a" times "a". "b<sup>3</sup>" means "b cubed", which is the same as ...

## Calculating Volume | Skills You Need

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Basic Formulas for Calculating Volume. Volume of Rectangle-Based Solids. Area = Width x Length. Volume = Width x Length x Height. Whereas the basic ...

## Volume Calculator

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Volume is the three-dimensional space a substance occupies. Volumes of many simple shapes can be calculated by using simple formulas. More complicated ...

## How to Calculate Linear Feet: 10 Steps (with Pictures) - wikiHow

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How to Calculate Linear Feet. One of the most important parts of planning an upcoming construction or home improvement project is to determine how much ...

## How to Calculate Linear Feet - Inch Calculator

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Mar 12, 2015 ... To find linear footage, you simply need to find the measurement in feet, and ... Foot inch cm measurement calculator, inch fraction calculator, ...

## How do you calculate linear feet? | Reference.com

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A linear foot, otherwise known as a lineal foot, is equivalent to any one-foot length of a long object, and there is no difference in length between one linear foot ...