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linear ft

Postby Guest » Thu Jan 11, 2007 8:01 am

ok i am trying to find out how many linear feet on a homes over hang
it is 303 ft long around the house and 1.5 feet wide

Postby Dirtman » Sun Jan 14, 2007 2:02 am

You already have the linear feet of your home's overhang. 303' long = 303 linear feet, 1.5 feet wide = 1.5 linear feet. Linear feet is simply a line (either straight or curved) "x" feet long

Maybe you're wanting the square feet of the overhang? That would be 303' * 1.5', which = 454.5 square feet.
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