# Calculating Area w/ odd numbers?

Discussion in 'Landscape Maintenance' started by Stars & Stripes Landscaping, Aug 16, 2013.

1. ### TX EasymoneyLawnSite Platinum Memberfrom Texas-The Hilly partMessages: 4,082

The symbol '/ ' means divided by 324

Ill bet you started at one corner snd measured distance around a rectangle for your measurements.

2. ### SmallaxeLawnSite Fanaticfrom Central WisconsinMessages: 10,082

From the 4 dimensional equation to the point of clarification ,,, that it is NOT really an equation and whether it is ft, yds, or inches that is being expressed,,, is weird enough,,, but then you see people trying to solve it... The cubic triangles is a simplification for sure...
Thanks for the chuckles and I hope I didn't hurt anyone's feelings...

BTW,,, The square footage of 4 separate areas would be ADDED not multiplied as indicated in the OP...

3. ### 93ChevyLawnSite Fanaticfrom PittsburghMessages: 40,383

It was a joke

4. ### Stars & Stripes LandscapingLawnSite Memberfrom CTMessages: 246

Well then... I misunderstood

5134 sq ft.

6. ### Stars & Stripes LandscapingLawnSite Memberfrom CTMessages: 246

Okay, so the million dollar question - how did you come to this figure?

7. ### RussellBLawnSite Fanaticfrom Myrtle BeachMessages: 8,535

To danged difficult. Why not just measure length times average width equals SF. 80 bags of mulch will cover 1000 sf, 2" thick and you will not introduce weeds seeds that accompany bulk mulch.

8. ### Stars & Stripes LandscapingLawnSite Memberfrom CTMessages: 246

Well for one, it's not mulch - it's for topsoil. Secondly, I'm trying to be as accurate as possible.

9. ### ReddensLawnCareLawnSite Bronze Memberfrom Charlotte, NCMessages: 1,651

Can you draw a image and post