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deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
moe wrote:bill knight writes:
4 meters x 4 meters = 4 x 4 meters x meters = 16 meters sqaured
careful bill. this should be 16 square metres
there is a difference between 16 square metres and 16 metres squared
16 metres squared equals 256 square metres
to get a better understanding about this:
yes one metre square and one square metres are equal BUT
two metres squared and two square metres are different
two metres squared is four square metres
Anonymous wrote:If a home is 100 square metres how many square feet is it?
If a home is 1600 square feet how may square metres is it?
deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
multiply by 10.76deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
spider wrote:1 square foot = 0.092903 square meter
Example:
5 square foot = 5 * 0.092903 = 0.464515 square meter
Use the following link to get the square foot to square meter conversion table:
http://www.aqua-calc.com/area_f2m.php
guest wrote:I need to get the square feet in a room of 249 meters. How do I do the conversion ? Please help
Knight wrote:deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
Sixteen square meters. Like this:
4 meters x 4 meters = 4 x 4 meters x meters = 16 meters sqaured
609MM m x 40 IN = 4x4 mxm = 16 mÂ²
Anonymous wrote:deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
deejay wrote:If a room is 4 meters by meters , how many square meters are there?
if a lawn is 6.5m by 6.5m what is the square meter
Anonymous wrote:How many square feet is equal to one square metre?
Kway wrote:125 square feet is how many square meter?
one square meter equals to how many square feet?
math stupid. wrote:16 inches is equal to how many square feet? is that possible
Anonymous wrote:How many square feet is equal to one square metre?
Knight wrote:moe wrote:bill knight writes:
4 meters x 4 meters = 4 x 4 meters x meters = 16 meters sqaured
careful bill. this should be 16 square metres
there is a difference between 16 square metres and 16 metres squared
16 metres squared equals 256 square metres
to get a better understanding about this:
yes one metre square and one square metres are equal BUT
two metres squared and two square metres are different
two metres squared is four square metres
You're right Moe.
I tried to save myself time by writing "meters squared," intending to go back and replace "squared" with the Â² symbol when I was done, and forgot to do it before I punched send.
Mea Culpa!
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:How many square feet is equal to one square metre?
How many square meters is equal to one foot?
How many sq. ft. = 1 yd. need quickAnonymous wrote:math stupid. wrote:16 inches is equal to how many square feet? is that possible
Kway wrote:125 square feet is how many square meter?
one square meter equals to how many square feet?
Knight wrote:moe wrote:bill knight writes:
4 meters x 4 meters = 4 x 4 meters x meters = 16 meters sqaured
careful bill. this should be 16 square metres
there is a difference between 16 square metres and 16 metres squared
16 metres squared equals 256 square metres
to get a better understanding about this:
yes one metre square and one square metres are equal BUT
two metres squared and two square metres are different
two metres squared is four square metres
You're right Moe.
I tried to save myself time by writing "meters squared," intending to go back and replace "squared" with the Â² symbol when I was done, and forgot to do it before I punched send.
Mea Culpa!
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:How many square feet is equal to one square metre?
How many square meters is equal to one foot?
Anonymous wrote:If my room is 14 x 18foot what is that in Sq Metres?
Kway wrote:125 square feet is how many square meter?
one square meter equals to how many square feet?
Anonymous wrote:Anonymous wrote:How many square feet is equal to one square metre?
How many square meters is equal to one foot?
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