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Q: How do you convert meters per second squared to feet per second squared?

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Square feet x 0.092903 = meters squared

You can't convert square meters to feet. You can convert square meters to square feet, or meters to feet.

To convert sq metres to sq feet multiply by 10.764

32 feet per second squared equates to 35,112.96 meters per minute squared.

Square feet divided by 10.764 = square meters. So, 168/10.764 = about 15.6 square meters.

How can a length be an area?

Meters per second x 3.28 = feet per second.

Multiply feet per second by 3.28 to get meters per second.

75 meters squared is about 7 feet squared.

315 meters squared = 3,391 in feet squared.

Multiply feet per second by 0.3048 to get meters per second.

The area of the room in feet would 130 feet squared (A= length x width) then, convert to meters 1 foot= 0.3048 meters so, you would get 39.624 meters squared

32 feet per second squared. 9.8 meters per second squared.

The equation is 32 feet per second, squared or 9.8 meters/second squared.

You can't convert linear measurement to square measurement.

To convert metres squared to feet squared divide by (0.3048)2. In this instance, rounded to two decimal places, 67000 metres is equal to 67000/(0.3048)2 = 721182.00 feet squared.

Multiply feet per second by 18.288 to get meters per minute.

Multiply cubic meters per second by 35.31 to convert to cubic feet per second.

10 meters squared = 107.6 square feet.

One (M2) is a measure of Volume, and the other (M) is a measure of Length. You can not convert one measure into the other. Just like you can NOT convert Quarts into Feet.

14 m2 = 150.7 feet squared.

11.532 cubic meters (per second) are 407.248736632 cubic feet (per second).

7.38 cubic meters per second = 260.62 cubic feet per second

4.003 cubic meters per second is about 141.36 cubic feet per second.

Use this formula to convert cubic meters per second to cubic feet per second:cubic meters per second x 35.315 = cubic feet per secondSo, 2.334 x 35.315 = 82.42521 cubic feet per second