Checking prices on a quote - help please

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Checking prices on a quote - help please

Postby Magnadoodle » Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:22 pm

Hi all you intelligent maths types out there...please help if you can..

Right, here goes - a company I use have gave me a price per M2 for a particular kind of plastic i need to buy from them - they have then sent me in a quote for 16 x panels Size: 1800mm x 1000mm

I havent got a clue how to check this against the price per M2 I have been given to make sure I am not getting ripped off.........how do I work this out.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
Magna
(Thicko)
Magnadoodle
 

Re: Checking prices on a quote - help please

Postby Guest » Wed Jul 04, 2007 4:51 am

Magnadoodle wrote:Hi all you intelligent maths types out there...please help if you can..

Right, here goes - a company I use have gave me a price per M2 for a particular kind of plastic i need to buy from them - they have then sent me in a quote for 16 x panels Size: 1800mm x 1000mm

I havent got a clue how to check this against the price per M2 I have been given to make sure I am not getting ripped off.........how do I work this out.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
Magna
(Thicko)


1000 mm = 1 m
So each panel is 1.8 m x 1m, and has an area of
1.8 m^2. 16 panels is 28.8 m^2 total area.
Guest
 

Thanks!!

Postby magnadoodle » Wed Jul 04, 2007 3:30 pm

Thanks for your help :D
magnadoodle
 


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