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First: The meter is a one dimentional measurement and when converted to inches is equal to 39.370 inches. A square foot is a two dimentional measurment of area equal to 12 inches x 12 inches or 144 square inches.

For argument we will say we have a square meter ( 1m x 1m), which is the same as

39.37 inches x 39.37 inches or 1549.9969 square inches. So how many square feet are contained in 1550 square inches (when rounded off)

1Sq m (1550 sq. ins) / 144 sq. ins. = 10.76 w/ the square inches factoring out.

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