How many square feet was the titanic

Titanic is around 773113.5 ft² in length.

R.M.S. Titanic is 268 meters in length. To get it's measurement to ft² you should use this formula:

ft² = m² x 10.764


268 m = 71824 m²


ft² = 71824 x 10.764
ft² = 773113.536

A square measurement is the two-dimensional derivative of a linear measure, so a square foot is defined as the area of a square with sides 1 ft. in length.

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