Q: How many m2 is 14ft by 10ft?

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140

70 ft

You will need 140 tiles (10 x 14 = 140)

168inches = 14ft

14 feet=168 inches

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140

If by square feel you mean square feet, and the rectangle is 10ft by 14ft, you simply multiply 10 by 14 to get 140, and then add the extension ft2, so the answer is 140ft2.

13.94 square meters.

70 ft

20.4 m2

14ft x 12ft = 168 sq ft = 15.6 m2

14.8645 m2

Yes, this shed if constructed properly will stay standing for many years.

You will need 140 tiles (10 x 14 = 140)

13 ft * 10 ft = 130 ft2 1 ft2 = 0.0929 m2 130 ft2 * 0.0929 m2 / ft2 = 12.08 m2

14 ft x 9 ft = 126 sq ft = 126 x .0929 m2 = 11.7 m2 (approx)

Assuming you use the standard 4" depth, you will need at least 1.75 cubic yards.