How Much Is 1 Square Foot?

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Robert Schatten answered
One square foot (sq ft) is an imperial unit that is defined as the area of a square that has sides of one ft (0.333 yards, 12 in or 0.3048 m) in length. The symbol for square foot, that is commonly used in real estate, architecture and interior space plans, is a simple square with a vertical line bisecting it. It can also be written as a square with a slash through it. The measurement of square foot is used mainly in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

The conversions and measurement equivalents to one square foot are as follows: A tile that’s 12 in by 12 in has a square foot area of one sq ft. Also, 12 in is equal to one ft and 144 sq in.

In comparison, a cubic foot is an imperial unit of volume. This is defined as the volume of a cube that has sides that are 1 foot in length. A cubic foot is the equivalent of 1,728 cubic inches and a standard cubic foot is primarily used to measure gas but are not always defined as a cubic foot of volume at 60 degrees F and 14.7 lbs per square inch. There is no universally agreed symbol used to represent cubic feet but there are many that can be used.

For accurate conversions in between these countless units of measurement, it’s advised that you use specialist websites which have been established to help you translate seamlessly.
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Anonymous answered
Amy can mow 600 square yards of grass in 1 hour 30 min.At this rate , how many minutes would it take her to mow 600 sqare feet.

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