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Dunno what I'm doing, googled converting and this site came up.

Help?

I wanna convert 23 squares into square metres... Anybody know how?

Help?

I wanna convert 23 squares into square metres... Anybody know how?

- Meg

Meg wrote:Dunno what I'm doing, googled converting and this site came up.

Help?

I wanna convert 23 squares into square metres... Anybody know how?

House squares appears to be an Australian (and possibly UK) measure, and is a measure the US knows nothing about. According to the pinkbatts site, one house square is about 3x3 m, which would make it 100 sq ft.

source: http://www.auroraenergy.com.au/forhome/ ... ation.html

- Guest

Saw your query.

Start with 39.37 inches = 1 metre.

That is, 1 square metre = 10.76 square feet.

So 9.3 square metres = 100 square feet.

Now a square is exactly 10 feet x 10 feet = 100 square feet.

Therefore 1 square = 9.3 square metres.

And 23 squares = 23 x 9.3 = 213.9 square metres.

All of these figures are correct to 2 decimal places.

Keith

Start with 39.37 inches = 1 metre.

That is, 1 square metre = 10.76 square feet.

So 9.3 square metres = 100 square feet.

Now a square is exactly 10 feet x 10 feet = 100 square feet.

Therefore 1 square = 9.3 square metres.

And 23 squares = 23 x 9.3 = 213.9 square metres.

All of these figures are correct to 2 decimal places.

Keith

- Keith

"Start with 39.37 inches = 1 metre. "

or "1 mile = 6297 feet" or whatever

or "1 rood = .725 hands" -

- whose hands/feet etc

fark this is the 21st century

Yankieland! Only place in the world where you still need this gobbledegook! :D

or "1 mile = 6297 feet" or whatever

or "1 rood = .725 hands" -

- whose hands/feet etc

fark this is the 21st century

Yankieland! Only place in the world where you still need this gobbledegook! :D

- guest

This seems to be an Australian thing.

Estate agents quote living space in squares so you need the conversion method.

As a pom I have found this conversion information invaluable. Thanks.

Dwelling area in m2, divided by 9.3 gives you the number in squares.

Your actual dwelling area can be found on your rates bill in Victoria, so no need to go around with a tape measure! :D

Estate agents quote living space in squares so you need the conversion method.

As a pom I have found this conversion information invaluable. Thanks.

Dwelling area in m2, divided by 9.3 gives you the number in squares.

Your actual dwelling area can be found on your rates bill in Victoria, so no need to go around with a tape measure! :D

- pom

23 x 9 = 207 squares metres.Meg wrote:Dunno what I'm doing, googled converting and this site came up.

Help?

I wanna convert 23 squares into square metres... Anybody know how?

- Guest

Squares when used in describing the size of a house refers to 100 square feet. One hundred square feet (1 square) = 100 ftÂ² = 9.29030 mÂ²

2300 ftÂ² = 23 squares = 213.676 mÂ²

2300 ftÂ² = 23 squares = 213.676 mÂ²

- harry

could anyone convert 13.7m2 to feet please and also 20.2m2 thank you for any help

- heih06

heih06 wrote:could anyone convert 13.7m2 to feet please and also 20.2m2 thank you for any help

To convert m2 to ft2, multiply by 10.7639

13.7 m2 * 10.7639 = 147.47 ft2

- Dirtman
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multiply your 23 squares by 9.29 = 213.67 sqm

a square is in old terms 10feet by 10feet which is now ............ in metres 3.048m X 3.048m or 9.29

cheers

8)

a square is in old terms 10feet by 10feet which is now ............ in metres 3.048m X 3.048m or 9.29

cheers

8)

- spiff

In building a square is 3.048m x 3.048m

so multiply your house squares by 9.29

23 x 9.29

= 213.67square metres

if you have square metres you divide by 9.29 to get squares

cheers

:)

so multiply your house squares by 9.29

23 x 9.29

= 213.67square metres

if you have square metres you divide by 9.29 to get squares

cheers

:)

- spiff

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