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Hello, can someone please enlighten me? MSI means 1000 sq inches, right? I would like to convert this to feet, but I have no idea where to begin. Can you please show me the steps needed or even just show me an example? I was told by someone that 1MSI is almost equal to 7 feet... but I'm just curious how to get to that solution.

Let's suppose I did not know 1MSI = about 7 feet, would it be possible for me to even find the solution?

Thank you so much for your time. :)

  • math -

    144 inches^2 = 1 foot^2

    1000/144 = ?

  • math -

    6.94444~! Thank you. I get it now, quite embarrassing how I missed that... Thank you again! :)

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