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A square foot accommodates a maximum of about 1.6 people, according toBanquet Tables Pro. A 1,000 square foot space is large enough for 166 people standing or sitting in chairs that have been configured for the maximum amount of people that can fit in the space.

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The National Association of Home Builders reports that, in 2013, the average home in the United States was 2,607 square feet and cost $246,453 to build. The cost per square foot was approximately $94.53.

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To calculate cost per square foot, divide the purchase price of a house by its total square footage. For instance, if a house with 2,000 square feet sells for $180,000, the cost per square foot is $90 per square foot.

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Masonry jobs typically require 6.3 standard bricks per square foot, but the likelihood that some break makes seven bricks per square foot a safer estimate. Plan to use seven bags of mortar for each 1,000 bricks.

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The average home construction cost per square foot varies by state; for example, in Georgia, the average cost is $89.03 per square foot, while in California, the average cost is $148.84 per square foot, as of 2015. Home-Cost.com offers a search tool showing the cost per square foot by state.

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A square foot equals the area of a square with each side equal to one foot. It is not possible to calculate feet in a square foot because these are two different types of measurements; a square foot denotes a unit of area, and feet is a unit of length.

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A square foot (abbreviated as ft2) is a unit of area measurement equivalent to a square measuring 1 foot on every side. One square foot equals to approximately 0.09 square meters. A square foot is a unit of area used mostly in the imperial and U.S. customary measurement systems.

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To measure the square footage of a rectangular or square space, measure the length and width in feet and then multiple the two numbers together. Thus, to measure a rectangular or square space that is exactly 1 square foot, measure any combination of length and width that multiplies to yield an answe

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Square feet do not "contain" linear feet, but they are calculated using linear feet as units of measurement. Square feet are two-dimensional measurements, whereas linear feet are one dimensional. Because they do not measure the same things, it is not possible to convert from one to another.

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Rent per square foot is calculated by dividing the rent amount by the number of square feet rented. Using the annual rental amount produces the cost of square foot per year, while using the monthly rental amount produces the cost of square foot per month. This calculation is solely for office or ret