First Line Sales Construction Estimating Formulas & Useful Information Formulas, equations, tables, facts, specifications and
other Measure of Dimensions, Theorem ▪ Formulas, Rectangles, Squares, Triangles & Circles ▪ Board Feet Concrete Estimating ▪ Decimal and Metric Equivalents ▪ Weights, etc. ▪ Metrics ▪ Energy, Electric, Insulation ▪ Drywall Estimating, Door Handing Three dimensions of estimating:
Useful Mathematical Formulas: 1. One of the most useful formulas is the Pythagorean theorem. The theorem states that the square of the hypotenuse of a right (90 degree angle) triangle is equal to the sum of the squares of its legs. For Example: (3' x 3' = 9') + (4' x 4' =16') = 25', √25=5
This can be used for a wide variety of uses from squaring up a concrete form for a foundation, to attaching a new addition squarely to an existing building, or measuring a countertop anywhere you must be certain of a right angle. Just plug in your numbers and get a calculator that has a square root function.
Measure of Dimensions, Theorem This information is believed to be accurate. The Polymer Roof Factory or First Line Sales will not be liable for errors and omissions. Specifications, detail, and other information should be verified by the user.
