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Square footage is the unit of measurement used to describe the entire surface area of a two-dimensional space. Determining square footage depends on the shape of the surface and involves manipulating measurements of its length and width.


Area is the space covered by a two-dimensional shape. The two dimensions are often expressed in terms of length and height or length and width. Multiplying length by height gives the area of rectangular objects. If these objects are measured in feet, the area is in square feet.


To convert square inches to square feet, divide the number of square inches by 144 to get the same area in square feet.


The formula to calculate the square footage of an area that is square or rectangular in shape is length multiplied by width equals the area's square footage. For example, if a rectangular shaped room measures 11 feet in length and 13 feet in width, 11 multiplied by 13 equals 143 square feet.


A length of 5 feet 7 inches, in inches, comes out to 67 inches. There are 12 inches in a foot, so it is just a matter of multiplying 5 by 12 and then adding the remaining 7 inches.


One foot is equivalent to 12 inches, therefore 5 feet 4 inches is 64 inches. To convert feet to inches, multiply the number of feet by 12 and add any extra inches.


A measurement of 5 feet 6 inches is equivalent to a total of 66 inches. This is calculated by first converting feet into inches, with 12 inches equaling 1 foot, then multiplying the 12 inches by 5. The resulting 60 inches is then added to the original 6 inches for a total of 66 inches.


There are 65 inches in 5 feet 5 inches. A foot consists of 12 inches; 12 inches multiplied by five yields 60 inches, which, when added to 5 inches, gives the answer. As 1 foot is one-third of a yard, 5 feet 5 inches is approximately 1.8 yards.


Since lot sizes vary across the United States and even between individual neighborhoods within cities, there is no uniform number of feet in a lot. Minimum lot sizes are set by zoning rules established within municipalities.


To calculate the area of a structure or section of land mass in square miles, use the formula for area of the section's shape with the dimensions, such as length, width, and radius, in miles. Not all sections of land or buildings have a simple shape, in which case the section should be divided up in