Q: How long is a lineal metre?

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Lineal simply means along a line, so a linear metre is a metre.

A linear (lineal) metre is the same thing as a metre. I think it's a dumbed down term for a metre so people won't get confused with metre, square metre and cubic metre.

It is a measure of distance equivalent to 0.01 metre.

Linear metres and metres are the same measurement. Therefore, 1 metre is equal to 1 linear metre.

There are 0.273 lineal metres is a carpet with a standard width of 3.66 metres (from the only imperical measure of 12 feet). The calulation is 0.273 (length) x 3.66 (standard width) = 0.99918 square metres. If you purchased 1 lineal metre of standard carpet you would have 3.66 square metres of carpet. Lineal refers to the length of any item irrespective of it's width and is normally used when the item is produced in standard width's.

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A lineal metre, is the same as a metre and that is a length of 100 centimetres.

Lineal simply means along a line, so a linear metre is a metre.

A linear (lineal) metre is the same thing as a metre. I think it's a dumbed down term for a metre so people won't get confused with metre, square metre and cubic metre.

It's actually Linear metre. It simply means a metre long, as opposed to a cubic metre or a square metre. Volume calculations can therefore only be made only if the width and thickness are also known. Cheers. Minor Amendment Linear and Lineal are both correct terms.

A lineal metre or linear metre is the same as ametre. So the answer is 16.9 metres.

1 metre = 3.2808 feet.

It is a measure of distance equivalent to 0.01 metre.

Lineal metres = Square metre/Width of the carpet.

1 metre.

The basic premise of your question is false. A lineal (or linear) metre of household tiles will NOT be more expensive than a square metre - unless they are gigantic tiles!

There is no such thing as a linear square metre. A linear metre is a unit of length, while a square metre is a unit of area.

The meter is a linear unit of meassurement, so basically you are talking about the same thing.