conversion to m2

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conversion to m2

Postby toftes » Wed Jun 23, 2004 9:05 pm

are both height and weight needed to convert to m2? How is the conversion done?

Re: conversion to m2

Postby Knight » Fri Jun 25, 2004 3:09 am

toftes wrote:are both height and weight needed to convert to m2? How is the conversion done?

By m2, I assume that you are refering to meters squared. That being the case, No. you need length and width, in meters, to convert to m².

For example, somthing 2 meters long and three meters wide would be:

2 m x 3 m = (2x3) (mxm) = 6 m²
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