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How to Measure your Lawn for Hydroseed







  12’                                                             12’



              12’                                                                            24’











To calculate the area of a square or rectangle, measure the Length and width. Then Multiply:


Square: 12x12=144 sq. ft.

Rectangle: 12x24=288 sq.ft.

To calculate the area of a right triangle, multiply the two sides that contact the right angle and divide by 2.


Triangle: 12x24/2=144 sq.ft.

To calculate the area of a circle, take the radius times the radius, then multiply by 3.14. Radius is a straight line from the center of a circle to the outside of the circle


(radius x radius) x3.14 =area

Circle: 6x6x3.14=113 sq.ft


Half circle divide by 2

6x6=36 x3.14= 113 / 2 =56.5 sq. ft.


Quarter Circle divide by 4

6x6=36 x3.14 = 113 / 4 = 28.25 sq. ft.

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