When working in an office environment, it is important to know how to coordinate space. Whether that be for privacy, collaboration, or **general space efficiency**, knowing how to divide up the space is a key skill.

Office layouts can get very complicated when trying to figure out all the spaces and where people should go. How do you know if **someone needs** a desk in the main area or a cubicle in the back? How do you know how big of an **office someone needs**?

These questions are hard to answer unless you are an expert. Luckily, here at Cubify, we have created a way to solve these problems! We *offer customizable cubes* and desks that can be arranged in any shape or layout. This makes it very easy to reorganize your office as needed.

## 117 x 117 = 13,393

Now, let’s talk about how **many square units** are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units. This is a little bit more complicated than the previous example, but you will get it!

First, we will figure out how many square units are in one side of the office. The length of the office is 13 units and the width of the office is 9 units. So, one side of the office is 12 + 9 = 21 units.

To find out how many square units are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units, we are going to have to multiply 22 (the number of sides in an office) by 21 (the number of sides of one side of an office). This **gives us 22 × 21** = 584.

## 13,393 x 13,393 = 179,859,489

When calculating the number of square units in an office, it is important to remember to account for the walls. Because the walls are part of the floor area, you must add a number of squares to account for them.

Many people make the mistake of assuming that *one square equals one foot*, which is not true. One square equals one nook, or *one side* of a nook.

## 179,859,489 / 4 = 42,278,916

Now, let’s talk about how **many square feet** are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units. A square foot is a measurement of area. There are 12 square inches in a square foot, so to get the

**total square feet**in an office, you would divide the number of squares by 12.

To find how many square feet are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units, you would divide the number of squares in the larger dimension by 12 and then multiply that number by the number of squares in the shorter dimension.

There are 42,278,916 square inches in an office that is 13 units by 9 units. To find how many square feet this is, you would divide that number by 12 and then multiply that number by 9, which would be 442,789 square feet.

## 42,278,917 + 1 = 43,000 square units

The last question on our list is a tricky one. How **many square units** are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units? You would think it would be 12 x 9, but that is not the case!

The answer is 43,000 square units. How does this make sense? Well, the answer comes down to how *square unit measurements* are taken.

As mentioned before, *one square unit equals* the length and width of an office that is 13 units by 9 units. This makes sense because there are 13 units across and 9 units down, making the *total area 113 sq uare u nits*.

## 9 x 13 = 117

Next, add the number of vertical units in the office. In this case, there are nine vertical units. So, the total number of square units in the office is 117 square units.

Now that you know how to figure out the area of an office that is 13 by 9, you can now figure out how many square units are in an office by using this formula: area of floor = **length x width**.

By adding a wall that is one unit thick, you reduce the area of the office by one unit. One unit is *one square inch*, so one unit of **thickness reduces 1 square inch** of area. One inch is 2.54 cm, so one unit of **thickness reduces 0**.0027 hectares of floor area.

## 117 x 117 = 13793

This is the final answer for how **many square units** there are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units.

As seen in this example, you can apply this formula to any size office to find the *total square units*. You can also use it to find the total area of any shape office, like a rectangle or a triangle.

Parallelograms have one of their sides as a line and the other side as a shape. You can apply this formula to paralellograms, but you will need to find the total area of the shape side first and then add that to the area of the line side.

You **could also use** this formula with cubes, but then you would need to find the total area of all six sides and then multiply that by six to get the *total cube area*.

## ) 13793 x 13399= 171868629

Next, find out how *many square units* are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units. First, calculate the area of a single unit: *1 x 1* = 1.

Then, add up the total number of squares in the length and width: **171868629 x 1** = 171868629.

There are *171868629 square units* in an office that is 13 units by 9 units.

## 171868629 / 4= 425248161 +1= 4260000162 ) 426000016 + 1= 4270000064 ) 4270000064 / 4= 1068750032 +1= 1070500336 ) 107050033 + 1= 10715000338 ) 10715000338 / 4= 2857250009 +1= 2858750010 ) 285875001+ 1= 2860250511 ) 2860250512 / 4+ 703731203 +1+ 704125204 ) 704125204 /4 -701050205 -3 -210251205 * 2(-42.5 yd^2)=(-85.75 yd^2)=85.75 yd^2x13x9x13x(42.5/1717)+sqrt((-(85.75/1717))/(85.757/(42.5/1717)))*100%=(43%)=(43%)+(0%)=(43%)+(0%)=(43%)+(0%)=(44%))

There are several ways to figure out how many square units there are in an office that is 13 units by 9 units. One way is to use the above calculator to find out how many square inches there are, then divide that number by 144 to find out how **many square feet** there are.

Another way is to use the above calculator to find out how many square inches there are, then multiply that number by 1717 to find out how many square feet there are. Then, multiply that number by 4 divided by 100 to find out how many yd^2 there are.

The last way is to use the above calculator to find out how many yd^2 there are, then multiply that number by 43 divided by 100 to find out how many square feet there are. Then, subtract 85.**75 squared yards** from this total and you will get the number of square inches in the office.

There is a little bit more detail in the first two ways, but all three give you very similar answers! Try it yourself and see which one gives you the most accurate answer.