guest123 wrote:hi.
i want to convert sq feet to sq yard. How do i do it?
how many feet form a yard???
i want to buy a carpet and my room is 13 by 10 sq ft. but i am getting carpet in yards so how do i know how much i would need
ables wrote:how many square yards are in a room measuring 15' by 18' feet
guest123 wrote:hi.
i want to convert sq feet to sq yard. How do i do it?
how many feet form a yard???
i want to buy a carpet and my room is 13 by 10 sq ft. but i am getting carpet in yards
so how do i know how much i would need
Anonymous wrote:my room is 12 x 15 how many yards of carpet will i need please help..
myers wrote:help me to understand why 40*40 square feet = 1600 and the perimetrer or the linear feet is 40+40+40+40 = 160 and as you continue to use the same perimeter such as 30*50 or 20*60 or any combination that amounts to 80 all the perimeter is always 160 but the square feet changes but why doesn't the perimeter or the linear doesn't change ?
Guest wrote:How do you convert a number in lineal yards to square feet?
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:my room is 12 x 15 how many yards of carpet will i need please help..
12 x 15 equates to 15/3=5+15= 20 sq yrds
guest123 wrote:hi.
i want to convert sq feet to sq yard. How do i do it?
how many feet form a yard???
i want to buy a carpet and my room is 13 by 10 sq ft. but i am getting carpet in yards
so how do i know how much i would need
12X15=180=20Anonymous wrote:my room is 12 x 15 how many yards of carpet will i need please help..
Anonymous wrote:Hi my daughter's room is 10 foot long by 8 foot wide
how many s.q.y.d would i need in carpet for it
hope somebody can help me Thank you
Kindest Regards Tina
vertigoth wrote:Hi. I need help, I dont understand linear yard. How long is it? in meters or feet.
Hoping for your kind response.
Thank you.
convert-me.com wrote:myers wrote:help me to understand why 40*40 square feet = 1600 and the perimetrer or the linear feet is 40+40+40+40 = 160 and as you continue to use the same perimeter such as 30*50 or 20*60 or any combination that amounts to 80 all the perimeter is always 160 but the square feet changes but why doesn't the perimeter or the linear doesn't change ?
To understand it try a simple game. Take a lace and tie its ends together. That's your perimeter. Now put it on the table so it makes a circle. Note the area inside. Next line it up so that it makes a long narrow bar. Note again the area inside the lace. It became much smaller now while perimeter remained the same.
The experiment above illustrates the fact that area and perimeter are very loosely related.
Anonymous wrote:convert-me.com wrote:myers wrote:help me to understand why 40*40 square feet = 1600 and the perimetrer or the linear feet is 40+40+40+40 = 160 and as you continue to use the same perimeter such as 30*50 or 20*60 or any combination that amounts to 80 all the perimeter is always 160 but the square feet changes but why doesn't the perimeter or the linear doesn't change ?
To understand it try a simple game. Take a lace and tie its ends together. That's your perimeter. Now put it on the table so it makes a circle. Note the area inside. Next line it up so that it makes a long narrow bar. Note again the area inside the lace. It became much smaller now while perimeter remained the same.
The experiment above illustrates the fact that area and perimeter are very loosely related.
WRONG....If you tie a lace together and make a circle, it will have the EXACT inside area as if you were to make a square, triangle, or narrow bar.