- If a wall measures 10 feet by 15 feet, how many square feet is that? And how do i figure that out?

just multiply the two numbers together, simple as that!

It's just 15*10 because it's square (multiplication of same units that is feet and feet)

A = 10 x 15 ft²
A = 150 ft²

10*15=150
area = length*breadth

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