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get a meter stick or multiple meter sticks and use those to measure the length and width of the floor like if there's multiple ones do this
I know I can use a shoe. like if i just happened to have a size 12 shoe (which i dont) then i can use that by the foot.
but if you only have one just scoot it on the ground, but use a marker to makesure you're starting the measuring at the right place
a meter stick, i cant use any form of ruler or tape measure dudes
ohhhhhhhh gotcha my bad XD
its all good dude
If Rosie O'Donnell can fit through in the room, then the room must have an area over 100 square feet. I don't think there would be a way to not measure it then, unless you took an object that you knew the exact length of. Like if you knew a leaf was 4 inches
thats why i thought a shoe because they are measured in inches
you could count the tiles|dw:1449857392412:dw| like this would be 20 square feet, since most tiles in a class room are 1 foot wide and long, and if they're not, you could just say 20 square tiles
but yeah floor tiles in pretty much every school in america are 1ft^2
dam true dude, thanks @whovianchick
no prob :) give out a medal. It doesn't have to be me but that's common courtesy
Or, if for some reason you have a completely square room, you can measure one side and do the math xD
well he still would have to measure with something other than a traditional measuring tool @Tsukiyama_Shuu
yay thanks for getting me to 82 math medals :D
Aye true, but that shouldn't be terribly difficult.