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Square Inches and Square Feet Converter

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Use this calculator to convert square inches (in²) to square feet (ft²) and square feet to square inches. This converter is part of the full area converter tool.

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Square Feet to Square Inches Conversions

Square Feet Square Inches
1 square foot 144 square inches
2 square feet 288 square inches
3 square feet 432 square inches
4 square feet 576 square inches
5 square feet 720 square inches
6 square feet 864 square inches
7 square feet 1008 square inches
8 square feet 1152 square inches
9 square feet 1296 square inches
10 square feet 1440 square inches
11 square feet 1584 square inches
12 square feet 1728 square inches
13 square feet 1872 square inches
14 square feet 2016 square inches
15 square feet 2160 square inches
16 square feet 2304 square inches
17 square feet 2448 square inches
18 square feet 2592 square inches
19 square feet 2736 square inches
20 square feet 2880 square inches
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square inches are there in 1 square foot?

There are 144 square inches in 1 square foot. To convert from square feet to square inches, multiply your figure by 144 (or divide by 0.0069444444444444) .

Square Inches to Square Feet Conversions

Square Inches Square Feet
1 square inch 0.00694 square feet
2 square inches 0.01389 square feet
3 square inches 0.02083 square feet
4 square inches 0.02778 square feet
5 square inches 0.03472 square feet
6 square inches 0.04167 square feet
7 square inches 0.04861 square feet
8 square inches 0.05556 square feet
9 square inches 0.0625 square feet
10 square inches 0.06944 square feet
11 square inches 0.07639 square feet
12 square inches 0.08333 square feet
13 square inches 0.09028 square feet
14 square inches 0.09722 square feet
15 square inches 0.10417 square feet
16 square inches 0.11111 square feet
17 square inches 0.11806 square feet
18 square inches 0.125 square feet
19 square inches 0.13194 square feet
20 square inches 0.13889 square feet
Figures rounded to a maximum of 5 decimal places (7 with smaller numbers).

How many square feet are there in 1 square inch?

There are 0.0069444444444444 square feet in 1 square inch. To convert from square inches to square feet, multiply your figure by 0.0069444444444444 (or divide by 144) .

What is a square foot?

The square foot is used as a form of measurement within Canada and the United States. It can be adopted to describe the amount of floor space (for real estate) or the overall size of an exterior property. Architects will also refer to square feet when designing new buildings. One square foot is a bit smaller than an average-sized piece of A4 printer paper. One square foot can be translated to 0.092 square metres. Sometimes, the force of the modern hydraulic press is measured in pounds per square inch or square foot.

What is a square inch?

A square inch is a common unit of measurement within the United States and the United Kingdom. It can be used throughout numerous industries such as construction, graphic design, textiles and painting. Some common abbreviations include sq. in., sq. inches and in/-2. One square inch can approximate the size of many postage stamps. A single square inch is equal to 6.45 square centimeters.

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